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i have Nokia X3-02 and i am using it since April 2011, i use to install new themes and ringtones on my cell phone and i have 2gb memory card as well, i always save those themes and ringtones on my memory card and always try to avoid internal memory to be filled but from last few days when ever i install new theme on my memory card it will decrease my internal memory and now my internal memory is filled showing only 1mb left.. now what i do to free my internal memory ? i have done "Restore factory Settings" twice with both options and nothing changed !!! my internal memory is still filled.
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2012-09-24 13:23 - edited 2012-09-24 13:24
If you go to menu->settings->device->memory status->device, how much free space does that display to you? From that menu you should be also easily see, in which folder you have the most data stored (which should help to clean up the device). If you have e.g. many applications installed, you could try moving them to the memory card. Same with MP3 music, videos, pictures or other large files.
2012-09-24 17:42 - edited 2012-09-24 17:46
hmm, temporary files from the web browser could possibly be one such thing. The path may depend a bit on the device model, but there should be Options > Clear privacy data > Cache or similar option inside the web browser.
can you also check by typing *#0000# in the homescreen that whether the device is RM-639 or RM-775? there were 2 different hardware variants of the same device model, RM-639 should have maximum of around 50 MB of free space phone memory when the device is totally "clean" and RM-775 (newer HW version) would have max of around 140 MB.
Did you already try updating the device SW with Nokia Suite to the latest version? (for RM-639 that is SW version 7.51)
with FOTA update that could be a problem (especially in cases where there is no memory card in the phone), but with Nokia Suite error like that should not pop up. the mentioned 7.51 update is not even available via FOTA though, only via Nokia Suite.
yes, AFAIK there's no such official Nokia approved file browser app available to consumers which would be able to show those system folders on Series 40 phones. (even if those would be visible, they would be usually read-only)
One option is of course to take the phone to a Nokia Care point and ask them to reflash/refurbish the phone. then the device SW should be be back in the "factory" condition.