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Old 23-11-2012, 6:35 AM
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Unhappy Built in Memory Problems.

Hey, I own a ZTE t22 Telstra Urbane running android 4.0 icecream sandwich that recently came out in Australia.

I am into apps and a few games and install/uninstall quite a lot recently.

I currently have a Kingston C10 16gb micro sd mounted with no problems but the problem lies with the internal memory.

It currently has aprox. 2.4gb of internal storage and currently only 1.2gb free. I first had this phone with 2.2gb free but now after previous apps, games, installs and uninstalls, I've calculated to have only 400mb of apps and games. What's taking up the rest? Is it some junk left over files when installing and uninstalling? i know it's not cache. Is there any way to fix and any app in the market that can give me and idea what is actually using that memory up?

Even with a slow/average cpu of 1gh app installs/uninstalls, it's performance is still the same as when i first got it a month and a while ago.

Not sure if it's a simple problem and if others have this issue.
Any help is appreciated.

Thanks.

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Old 23-11-2012, 6:43 AM
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A chunk of the memory will be taken up with the operating system.

You will have redundant files left over from apps and also any game saves and app data will add to your overall saved data too.

Contacts , messages and e mails will add to the amount too.

Try deleting some of this stuff.
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Thanks for the quick response. Well that seems pretty fair.

I've downloaded an app called disk usage and it shows absolutely everything on the system or sd card. It actually showed 200mb of junk files. Not sure how to delete it though. It doesn't show what it actually is.

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Old 24-11-2012, 6:27 AM
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Your very welcome.

I find Facebook collates lots if data too.

To remove the "other" files in my iPhone 5 I can perform an iOS restore.

Not sure if you have the same option with your handset.

Just be really careful on what you delete !
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