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[Q] Storage almost full?

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By rtphysicist, Junior Member on 4th March 2014, 09:24 PM
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12th March 2014, 09:48 PM |#41  
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I would suggest returning to full stock, including recovery, and then making your way back to a custom ROM and kernel. I did this recently and my phone is running better than new.

Start with the latest stock ROM, rooted, from here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2485319

Once you are up and running on it, go to this post of mine from the other day and follow it in order: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...28&postcount=5


Okay, So I was able to get my phone re-unlocked with the help of cmlusco.

I decided as one last effort I would try following what you said exactly with the 3.11 stock ROM (it previously worked for me with the 2.10 ROM, but didn't fix the problem I was having).

Only problem now, is that after flashing the ROM, my phone just won't boot. It just hangs at the white splash screen w/ green htc.
 
 
18th March 2014, 07:28 PM |#42  
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I've ran into internal storage problems quite frequently, and ever so often I'll back up everything to my computer and do an internal storage wipe in twrp recovery. Then move all my files(pictures, ringtones, music, etc.) back over. That usually helps for me. You didn't state in the OP that you had custom recovery, but I'm just assuming you do. Chances are, if that 24x GB is/are important files, then you should be able to see them in your file manager. But since you can't, who knows what they are.

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