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Topic # 9227 31-Aug-2006 11:20
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Hi anyone know how to create space on phone...XPHONE IIM.  I keep getting messages saying I do not have much space left. Also, today when I receive SMS message, attached to it is an email that I deleted off my computer months ago?? random!! and it's got nothing to do with the person i got the SMS message from? anyone else had this problem?? I have no emails stored on my phone (that I know of anyway??) thanks! 

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Reply # 45058 31-Aug-2006 11:23
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The best way is to make sure you have a memory card and install any new programs on that card. If you already have any application installed on the phone itself, then it's worth removing and installing again in the correct place.

Also, if you use the phone to browse the Internet with Internet Explrorer, make sure you clear the cache every so often. It could have a lot of files there. This is from the Options menu on Internet Explorer.








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Reply # 45059 31-Aug-2006 11:33
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OK, I will try putting them on my storage card. do you know if 2GB mini SD'd are available?? I do not use the Internet Explorer function. Don't know if I would be able to anyway as I cannot use the PXT/MMS  on this phone yet...can't get the settings for it from Vodafone. thanks for your help! PS I am a kiwi not an American! 

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 45060 31-Aug-2006 11:36
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Hmmm. Your IP address resolves as USA-based. Perhaps you are browsing from within your company's network, going through their proxy server?

Anyway, check www.flashcards.co.nz for memory cards. Good price, wide range. And quick service. I have a 1GB miniSD, not sure about 2GB being available here yet.








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Reply # 45061 31-Aug-2006 11:40
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Well, we are 49% owned by the Yanks so I suppose that could be why? although I have had a NZ flag previously...? Thanks, will check out FLASHCARDS. cheers!



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  Reply # 45062 31-Aug-2006 11:41
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PS, what is a CNT file?

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