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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Brabiaan, Apr 25, 2012.

  1. Brabiaan

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    My Acer Liquid MT (Gingerbread) has a persistent "low on memory" notification.

    I have moved all possible apps to the SD card but I still only have 16MB available - which means I can't run GMail to get my emails.

    Apart from rooting the phone to eliminate some of Acer's own clutter, does anyone have any general suggestions to clear the internal memory?

    Please?
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  2. valorian

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    Go into the manage apps section and clear cache in each of your apps. Also delete any old and unneeded emails and SMS messages especially MMS messages. This is all stored in internal memory.
     
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    My tiny Optimus requires I do this to make space: Settings> Apps> Manage> Maps> Uninstall (ginormous) updates.
     
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    Thanks for these - I've certainly cleared the apps caches - but I had't thought of text messages! I'll try that to be going on with!
     
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