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Need help please! HTC Hero "Low on space"

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by jsaxton1981, Jun 9, 2010.

  1. jsaxton1981

    jsaxton1981 New Member
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    Not exactly sure how to clear up more space except uninstalling apps? I don't really have that many apps... Please help
     

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  2. jsaxton1981

    jsaxton1981 New Member
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    Thanks for all the help guys! No I'm not being facetious... I should have paid more attention to the suggestions that popped up before I took up room in the forums. I went through all 3 of my email accounts and deleted the trash in the trash folders and voila! Never would have actually thought that stuff stayed there.
     
  3. ownagemaximus

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    Sorry if i would've signed up 15 mins earlier i could've helped :D. i just got a hero.
     
  4. m6scott

    m6scott New Member
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    I dumped my email trash and it went away but its back?I never seen my phone memory go down before what's going on? Is it 2.1 version?
     
  5. i VTAK

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    Go to menu< settings< applications< manage applications, clear all your caches. Your browser can build up a large cache, as well as a few other apps. You may also take a look at what apps you actually use. If I haven't used one in a while, or don't need it anymore, I delete it.
     
  6. SnoopyWG

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    Has anyone else come up with a solution to this? I've tried clearing caches and have stopped using the HTC email client (now just using the Gmail client) but I still get the low space warning...
     
  7. Jinrake

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    Get a custom rom installed (eg. VillianROM) and use the Apps2SD function.
     
  8. SnoopyWG

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    I've been considering taking the plunge on rooting this phone, but I've never done that before... how big a pain in the @ss is that?
     
  9. Jinrake

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