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    oOoMAJESTICoOo Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Ive run into a problem, I downloaded this pic http://mcg-online.nl/liquicity_solarsystem.jpg from my phone not realising it was nearly 16MB and being stored on my phones memory.

    After it had finished downloading it left me with only 3MB and i was unable to even open my picture gallery due to minimal memory. ARRRRGH !! So I uninstalled Google Earth to free up some space went into my gallery and deleted the pic.

    But i am still missing 16MB & cant find work out why?!?!?!?!?

    Can anyone help me out please ?

    Thanks for Reading.
     

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  2. SUroot

    SUroot Well-Known Member Developer

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    Have you rebooted? Are you sure this memory is actually the image? My downloads go straight to SD card for this sort of thing.
     
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    oOoMAJESTICoOo Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    All ive done since is delete earth > delete image > turn phone off & on :/

    And yes im 100% sure its was the pic. :/
     
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    Bump :/

    Anyone got any ideas?
     
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    SUroot Well-Known Member Developer

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    In manage applications, how much space is download manager taking up?
     
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    oOoMAJESTICoOo Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    44.00kb
     
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    :/

    Seems as if nobody has a solution.

    I'll have to email HTC then, has anybody got an email address for customer support of anything?
     
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    Try this:

    HTC - Support
     
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    Thanks, just sent them an email. Ill post here when i get a reply if there is or isn't a solution.
     
  10. AceMathias

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    if you can remove any further apps then install astro which is a file browser, so you can locate the image.
     
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    oOoMAJESTICoOo Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I already had that app did have a look through it yesterday but couldnt find it, just did another search for mcg-online , liquicity & solarsystem but nothing came up. I thought that app was just to do with the sd card?
     
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    If you press "up" on the first directory it shows, then it gives you folders for the phone (sd card is one of the root folders then shown). Not sure where it would go in there though, but worth a browse.
    Most pics (taken with camera) end up in the folder DCIM in the sd card folder. You checked for it there (i know its not a photo, but worth a look since it took me ages to find this folder where all my photos i took were).
     

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