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Old April 25th, 2013, 12:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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phone storage is full delete some files. anybody know how to do this?

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Hello and welcome arllings

If you root, you can delete the bloat that carriers put on your phone. You can also use an app like link2sd if you're rooted that can help free up space.

What model phone do you have?
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phone storage is full delete some files. anybody know how to do this?
You could go into the settings, and delete some of the apps you never use.
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