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    Default reorganize memory?

    First year I never wanted for memory with my G. At some point though I began to run out of memory and no amount of uninstalls would get me back to how it once was. I had an Optimus S that froze up and had to be factory reset. Everything reinstalled and voila, no more memory problems. Is there something short of reset to accomplish the same thing on my G ?
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    Default Re: reorganize memory?

    It's not a matter of reorganizing memory--it's making sure any extraneous data gets cleared out periodically, like saved text messages. See this guide for more info: [GUIDE] Android Memory and How to Deal with Low Memory Warnings
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    Default Re: reorganize memory?

    Use clean master or something like it to clean random junk(not personal files). Also use an external SD card if u get the att version. Every so often Uninstall apps u don't use. Also titanium backup backs up everything in an app. U do need root for it though

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