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Old May 4th, 2012, 08:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default There isn't enough free space

I'm trying to add some music to my Wildfire but there an error message comes up telling me I don't have enough free space. I have tried deleting other music and videos to make space but when I do that I still get the message that I don't have enough free space.
Can anyone help?

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I'm trying to add some music to my Wildfire but there an error message comes up telling me I don't have enough free space. I have tried deleting other music and videos to make space but when I do that I still get the message that I don't have enough free space.
Can anyone help?
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