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  1. Zikohh

    Zikohh Member This Topic's Starter

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    I've seen many people say if you use the hidden code for "sysdump" *#9900# Then select copy to sd card it saves a lot/decent amount of internal memory.
    However, no-one has actually said what it does people just say type into your call pad *#9900# and select copy to sd card. Does anybody know what this does?
    And what system dump/sysdump actually is.
    And what its used for and should I do it to save internal memory as i cant update apps anymore due to low internal memory.

    Thanks,
     

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    Zikohh Member This Topic's Starter

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    Moves some dump files and logs to the sd card, making some space in the memory for you. But you will have to keep doing it because the system keeps making more all the time.
     
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    Zikohh Member This Topic's Starter

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    thanks, i tried it but no internal memory was saved not 1 mb while others have said it saved them at least 50mbs
     
  5. ayush29k

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    50mb is absurd, it barely saves around 10-13mb, it only moves some text files.
    Try again, either you didn't do it properly or you don't have these dump files to move :D
     

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