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  1. jay'taan

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    Ok, so I have and HTC EVO. I have recently been getting the "low disc space" notification. I have ridden all apps I do not use as well as some that take up a lot of space. Still the notification... I have also cleared all pics and moved them to my pc. So why am I still seeing this? :thinking: :mad: :eek:
     

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    try some of the cache cleaners on the market. also try just rebooting. that will clear any temp files and also will clear cache as well.
     
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    I have tried that as well. I downloaded a few different ones and nothing seems to work.
     
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    what about text messages? you can move them to the card. most apps should have that function. last resort might be a factory reset.
     
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    Thats what im afraid of doing is a reset... but i guess i may have to if nothing else works. Thanks for respondong :)
     
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    actually another solution is to root your phone. most roms are slimmed down and have all the bloatware removed. also you can get a higher class card 4 or higher is recommended to partition your card and move the apps to the card. i have done this and i have 160 apps on my class 10 16g patriot card!
     
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