I have a C7-00 (RM-675) with Belle (111.030.0609).
After updating to Belle, C disk is regularly becoming full. Then everything becomes slow or does not function, as expected.
Only solution I found is deleting log files in folder cpix via X-plore. It happens every 2 weeks according to my feeling, I have not actually calculated the frequency. After I delete the log files, I have 150 MB space on C.
Today, X-plore did not start when I had no space left. I could somehow make OS decide that it crashed and reboot itself. Then it cleared some extra data and it was possible to start X-plore and delete the logs below cpix.
As a solution for next time, I have placed a large (6MB) file in C below data folder, where I can access via default file manager.
I think there should be a proper solution. That is why I am writing to you.
Thanks in advance,
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Did you do a reset on the phone before updating to Belle ? I always find resetting the phone when updating provides a smoother result, it removes any residue of the old software, gives maximum available space on C and makes the new software work better , havinf=g a clean start. It does involve some time and effort, but is worth while. Back up Contacts, Calendar and Notes ONLY (a full backup and restore would restore any possible conflict) Then dial *#7370# followed by 12345. Once phone is restarted and 'out of the box' reinstall the latest software and then set up manually, you will find the phone is working like new !!
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Thanks for the answer carman58. In fact, contacts, notes and calendar are synchronized to my Outlook and I do not need to back them up. The only things that need effort in making any phone my phone are the remaining settings and I do not want to set up all the wireless networks, screen outlook, program settings, etc.
It seems that I will keep the current status instead. Whenever I will have the same problem, I will delete a file, delete space hogging logs and it will regain usable status.
It is important to copy that buffer file after clearing...