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I don't have any multimedia, or apps installed in C drive. It's clean and has only system files.
My C drive memory was 180 MB in morning. It came down to 120 by 2 pm. By late evening, I have around 50 MB left in my phone memory. I have an "always on" data plan. Is it possible that Active Sync has been storing data on my C drive continously? If yes, then should I delete some mails? I don't want to delete mails since of course, I need them. If I delete on my mobile, my actual Gmail inbox mails will also get deleted.
I want to know what has been consuming memory space on C drive. I used to use WhatsApp, now that has been unistalled.
Is it possible that Active Sync is the culprit?
PS: On another post I mentioned about this problem, but after a hard reset I got memory back from 10 MB to 180 MB finally. But again, the memory space is going down hour by hour. E6 was supposed to be error-free, as per Nokia marketing. I worry about less-aware and unsuspecting people out there who are using E6. They are in a soup. What is they face the same problem?