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Support Not enough memory for Froyo.. help!?!?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by deedee.1984, Sep 23, 2010.

  1. deedee.1984

    deedee.1984 New Member
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    Hi all.. I'm on o2 (UK).. After patiently waiting for the 2.2 Froyo update , I finally downloaded this morning via "check for updates".. Unfortunately I did not have enough memory space and had to cancel the install. I then went through my apps and uninstalled them so that I'd have enough memory space. However, the install has not restarted. I have tried restarting the phone and also checking for update again. The update zip file is sitting on my phone but I havent a clue how to restart the installation.. please help!! This is very frustrating?!?!

    Thanks!!
     

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  2. snowmobile

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  3. deedee.1984

    deedee.1984 New Member
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  4. maccboy

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    As an O2 user, also waiting for THE update, how much room do I need on my card for when I am finally given the chance to be as up to date as everyone else with a Desire?
     
  5. snowmobile

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    The update will be around 85-90mb and you need at least 25mb free internal storage space.
     
  6. maccboy

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    Cheers! I guess I'll just have to sit here and wait then . . . . . What a bummer!
     
  7. Griff_LI

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    I got bored chaps. O2, non-rooted, no goldcard.

    Try these instructions

    Nice that someone put it in nice simple steps for me :) You'll lose all your contacts/calendar/apps (back-up first - and make sure it works). It's effectively a factory reset but it works and it's controlled over the USB by the PC so it's fairly "safe"*.

    * Note: your definition of "safe" may differ from mine.
     
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