Listening to music on stereo bluetooth eats my internal memory!

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by akrich2995, Sep 15, 2010.

  1. akrich2995

    akrich2995 New Member
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    I recently bought a Back Beat stereo bluetooth headset for my HERO. After listening for a few days I got a warning stating that my internal memory was getting low. Soon after that, I could not receive text anymore. I did a hard reset on the phone and the memory was restored, but this is the only way I could get the memory to come back. Is there any way to restore the internal memory without doing a hard reset and loosing everything?
     

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  2. andygu3

    andygu3 Well-Known Member
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    Might want to clear cache and sometimes data. Go into menu, settings, applications, manage applications then hit 'clear cache' in every application. Sometimes it would be beneficial to 'clear data' too, but be careful with that one
     
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  3. akrich2995

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    Thanx for the tip.... but I only gained 1mb of memory after loosing about 17mb when listening to music for about 45 mins. :-(
     
  4. andygu3

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    Where is the 17mb? If its in data, you might want to clear that then
     
  5. alex51

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    Keeping cache memory clear on a regular basis is important way to keep your Hero running smooth,I use Quick System Info ,it's a free app in Market.You can set it up with an individule icon to clear all caches,or you can clear them one at a time manually.I clear my caches at least once per wk.,more under heavy use.
     
  6. dan330

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    my guess is that your text files are getting too big!

    question: do you delete your text regularly? or just let them build up? this will bog down your system and fill it up.

    if this is the case... download a free apps on market to delete old messages..
     
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  8. akrich2995

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    Thanx for the input peeps, but I've cleared all caches and data... I delete my text daily. The only time I actually loose memory from the internal storage is when I listen to music on my bluetooth headset. And it seems the only way that the memory is restored is when I do a hard reset on the phone :-(
     
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