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    Default Low On Space

    I started getting an error that I was low on space a few weeks back. I went in and deleted a number of apps, videos, and mp3s off my phone. This seemed to solve things... or so I thought.

    I've not added back in any apps, videos, or songs. I've taken a few pictures -- 3-4 -- and have deleted others. The low on space message has come back and just won't go away.

    Is anyone else having this issue? Are there hidden files built up somewhere I need to purge?
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    There was an article on the main page that had tips on maintaining proper maintenance.\

    That might be a good read for you..It's definitely a good idea to delete your app caches on a regular basis.
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    I have that article bookmarked on my Droid....

    And give my name back, Phil!
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    Apparently it was due to my mail. Very odd/frustrating since my Trash/Sent was empty and my inbox only had a few items. Boo!
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    @popsc.comp, thanks for the tip!

    @Phil_Nickinson, thanks for the link!
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    What worked best for me was getting Cachemate. Cleaned my phone up and made it very zippy
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    I use Cache Cleaner, cleared up like 48mb on my phone this afternoon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyx528 View Post
    What worked best for me was getting Cachemate. Cleaned my phone up and made it very zippy
    Quote Originally Posted by Rudolphe View Post
    I use Cache Cleaner, cleared up like 48mb on my phone this afternoon.
    IT bares mentioning that both of these apps require root access...

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