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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by karl35, Sep 17, 2010.

  1. karl35

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    my htc wildfire keep saying low phone storage,ive deleted a few apps but message is still there,can someone please hepl
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    Could be a hardware issue. However, I'll forward this to the Wildfire section for you.

    Welcome!
     
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    Menu>settings>applications>manage applications

    Menu>Sort by size.

    This should now list all the apps in size order. You can go into them and perhaps delete cache. Be careful not to delete contacts or anything though.

    This should free up some space.
     
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    can i somehow move fies from phone to SD storage instead delete it?
     
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    You can move apps to SD card in Android 2.2 Froyo

    Is it released for Wildfire yet?

    If not you would need to root the phone and put a custom rom on there which is froyo.

    Or root the phone, flash S-OFF and increase /data partition.

    Both risky (first option less so) but neither are for newbies or the non-tech savvy.
     
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    With froyo 2.2 out, you can move apps to sd card under the manage applications menu :)
     
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    yeah update to 2.2.1 Froyo :) and move apps to SD card
     
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