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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Jacena, Aug 19, 2012.

  1. Jacena

    Jacena Lurker
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    I want to delete the music I synced to my phone (HTC Desire C). It's not on an SDcard but directly on my phone. HELP ME GET IT OFF! It's taken up all my memory! :thinking::(

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  2. damewolf13

    damewolf13 live~laugh~love

    Welcome to AF, Jacina!:)
    I have moved this thread to the Desire C forum so others with this phone can also post their tips to help.

    I don't have a Desire so I am not sure how to access the files of that phone, but if you have an app listed in your app drawer called 'my files', it will list your music under 'sd card' heading. You need to long press on whichever music files that you don't want on your phone, and the option to delete should appear.
    If you don't find the 'my files' app, then you can download several files apps in Playstore for free. Astro Files is one that is used by a lot of people here. Good luck, and keep us posted, please.
  3. RogerWD

    RogerWD Newbie

    Hi Jacena

    one option is to use the usb cable that came with the phone Connect HTC Desire C to your computer, and select the Disk drive mode and done (pops up on phone screen - ensure the phone is unlocked).

    on the pc your drive will show up under My Computer as HTC Storage (95.2mb)

    double click the icon then you will get a list of folders select mobile, double clicking to open and you should have two folders gallery and music
    open the music folder then you can delete or add by dragging your music to the empty folder (do same for photos in gallery)

    close the folders back to disk icon right click and select eject to remove the folder from your system

    allow phone time to update music/pictures

    If you use Astro select select Manage My Files should find yourself in /mnt/sdcard
    select up Icon, now you should be in /mnt on the screen you should now see a folder emmc select this
    now you should see a folder mobile select this now you should have 2 folders Music and Gallery
    Select Music and delete to your hearts content by holdind on the album folder or the title up pops a list 4th one down delete

    hope this helps

HTC Desire C Forum

The HTC Desire C release date was June 2012. Features and Specs include a 3.5" inch screen, 5MP camera, 512GB RAM, Snapdragon S1 processor, and 1230mAh battery.

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