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  1. DAVEngineer

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    I have a Droid Razr and I keep getting notifications that the SD card space is getting low. The card is full of music, but how do I prevent the notification that the card is low on space? I know it's low on space and don't plan on having it not full. Thanks.
     

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    Bump. This is exactly my situation. Must be a VolumeLowMsg=0 kind of thing, right? Does the device have to be rooted for that?

    Also Droid Razr. TIA.
     
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    Bump. Same phone same problem. Its pretty annoying...
     
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    Same exact problem here. How to turn this off??!!?
     
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    Unknown. Previous VZW Tech Support for 7 years.
    workaround is to free up enough room that you dont get that notification. maybe just a couple things...
     
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    The problem is, this warning comes up when you have 1gb free. It seems to come on when it gets below 1.1gb or something like that. It's annoying and I don't understand why we can't turn off this warning? It's on internal SD card that it keeps telling me about. But, I've seen it come up when my external SD card is low on space as well.

    Annoying as anything.
     
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    bigger SD card?
     
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    You are a genius! Why didn't anyone think of that!

    I'd just fill a bigger SD card with more stuff.
     
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    Now would be the time. Amazon is having( well they were not sure now) on Sandisk memory. I picked up a 32GB class 10 card for $23. Normally that a $100 card. The 64 gb class 10 cards were on sale also.
    Can't go wrong with those prices on high quality legit, not fake cards. Especially from a company like Sandisk.
     

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    try looking through the smart actions options to see if there is a way to disable the warning there
     
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    maybe so, maybe so.

    try SD Maid.
     

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