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Support Need to free up some space on internal memory only 25 mb left. Already moved apps to SD


  1. Anroid-Newbie

    Anroid-Newbie Active Member

    I just bought the htc wildifre s 3 days ago and I only have 25 mb of memory left, which is basically nothing!
    I have 6 apps in the internal memory, the rest have been moved to the sd card, using app 2 sd card.

    Im looking for an app that will send my text messages to my sd card.
    I DO NOT need to view them on the computer; I say this because most apps convert the txts to xml format for the computer. I just need it to save on the SD card in regular text message format. Therefore I can delete text messages so it won't clog my internal memory (and reject newer text messages) and save them to the sd card for later viewing .

    SMS backup and restore only sent the xml format to my sd card. I need the regular version of the text to be sent to be sent to the sd card therefore I can view it. The idea is to preserve as much memory as possible so it won't slow down my phone and so it won't reject newer text messages

    PLEASE HELP PLEASE HELP PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!
    :confused::eek::(


    I know some of you are asking why I would go through the trouble just to save old text messages, but it is for personal reasons

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  2. chicle

    chicle Well-Known Member

    Root your phone, there's several tutorials here, both for gsm and cdma phones. Once you're rooted, install titanium backup and use it to delete bloatware. You should now have plenty of free space.
  3. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian VIP Member

    Hi, Anroid-Newbie, and welcome to the forums!

    I'm moving your post to the Wildfire forums so other users with your device can better assist you.

    Hope you find the answer to your questions!
  4. senthamil

    senthamil Well-Known Member

    This is the major issue with HTC Wildfire S for most people faced. I rooted my phone then only got the solution for memory problem and lost about 6 months of warranty.

    Goto 'Settings' -> 'SD & Phone Storage' -> there press 'Make more space' might increase some memory and do this often. A reboot will also increase some memory.

    Hope this might be helpful !...
  5. HannaBlu

    HannaBlu Member

    You can try to move your apps to your SD card but it won't help very much. I could only have about 10 downloaded apps all together and got the warning all the time. Now that i have my phone rooted, i have a bunch of apps and still have around 80MB memory.
    Love this phone but i hate that HTC handicapped it with such low internal memory....
  6. Anroid-Newbie

    Anroid-Newbie Active Member

    I am very moderate when it comes to phones. I would love to root my phone, I understand there are many tutorials on how to do so. But im afraid im going to mess up my phone :/
  7. Caro332

    Caro332 Well-Known Member

    In my opinion, this is the best guide for rooting your phone:
    http://androidforums.com/wildfire-s-all-things-root/480954-guide-how-root-wildfire-s-s-finally.html
    You just have to ensure you are aware if your phone is Marvel (SIM card use) or Marvelc (No SIM card use) as there is a slight difference.

    I also do suggest you root your phone. If you follow the instructions carefully, there is nothing to worry about. Everything should work fine. And after that, install Link2SD. You will need to create a partition on your SD card but once it's done, you will easily be able to install some 20-30 apps and still have loads of space
  8. senthamil

    senthamil Well-Known Member

  9. Davdi

    Davdi Well-Known Member

    Root is the way to go. the guide mentioned above is really complete and easy to follow. Just read it twice before trying it. Take it S L O W L Y and you'll be fine.
    I did mine over 2 evenings (I hate to rush) and now have around 60Mb free.
  10. Calomax

    Calomax Well-Known Member

    Likewise. I have usually about 80-90 mb free but you should know that it will invalidate you warranty.

    Having said that, I always had more than 45mb free before I rooted it.
  11. Liamo_210

    Liamo_210 Well-Known Member

    Just want to say i started a petition for anyone who has experienced problems after the latest update

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