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[Q] Low Memory Issue

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2nd January 2012, 06:20 AM   |  #1  
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My girlfriend got the HTC Wildfire S for MetroPCS a couple of weeks ago. It is a nice phone except for one little problem: The internal memory is crap. She has exactly 5 apps installed, all are moved to SD, and she has 7.14 MB or internal memory free. It is running the stock 2.3 Rom rooted. I need some help figuring out what to do. Before you guys make suggestions let me list what I have already done:

1. S-OFF and rooted, removed all bloatware, which moved it from 3.21 MB to 8 MB which seems like BS because a few of those apps were about 6 MB in size.
2. Moved apps to SD card partially in the applications menu in settings.
3. Cleaned caches
4. Uninstalled almost every application.

This is very frustrating because she cant update apps, she cant download apps, and it is frustrating because I have the old Huawei Ascend on CM7 and I have more apps and am faster than her phone, its ridiculous, I also wonder why after removing over 60MB or crap and bloatware it freed up about 7MB. Makes no sense. I don't want to do DT's app2sd script yet because she doesn't have a way to back up her stuff before the partition of the SD card. If anyone can explain another way or something I can do to fix this please..... It would be greatly appreciated.
2nd January 2012, 06:35 AM   |  #2  
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Use Partition Wizard Home (Free) to resize your FAT32 partition and create your Ext(whatever your kernel supports) partition on a windows machine.

No need to back up. Doesn't destroy partitions.

My preference is Link2SD free from the market.

You can mass move your apps, dalvik cache and library files to the Ext(Probably Ext2 with stock rom kernel) from the SD card and internal to your Ext partition very easy.

Also you can set it up to auto do this when new apps are installed and choose which apps you want to keep fully internal for faster booting, startup, etc.
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Originally Posted by d33ps1x

Use Partition Wizard Home (Free) to resize your FAT32 partition and create your Ext(whatever your kernel supports) partition on a windows machine.

No need to back up. Doesn't destroy partitions.

My preference is Link2SD free from the market.

You can mass move your apps, dalvik cache and library files to the Ext(Probably Ext2 with stock rom kernel) from the SD card and internal to your Ext partition very easy.

Also you can set it up to auto do this when new apps are installed and choose which apps you want to keep fully internal for faster booting, startup, etc.

I appreciate the fast reply. but here is my issue, she doesnt have a computer... is there anything else we can try?
2nd January 2012, 07:13 AM   |  #4  
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I appreciate the fast reply. but here is my issue, she doesnt have a computer... is there anything else we can try?

Someone else's computer...
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I did try that and. now the phone can't see the SD card. what shoud I do use a SD card reader. and wipe it?
2nd January 2012, 07:17 PM   |  #7  
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I did try that and. now the phone can't see the SD card. what shoud I do use a SD card reader. and wipe it?

Is this the same question from two different people or one person logged on as two different people?

If your card is corrupt and can't be read try a program like Recuva on the PC (free) to get your files from it.
2nd January 2012, 11:58 PM   |  #8  
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Someone else's computer...

Okay, I will get her phone on Thursday and try app2sd.
3rd January 2012, 02:48 AM   |  #9  
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Is this the same question from two different people or one person logged on as two different people?

If your card is corrupt and can't be read try a program like Recuva on the PC (free) to get your files from it.

sorry different person. Got a new card read sd card checks out after partion it will just not read the card can all kind of test on the card formated changed partion back to fad 32 it will just not read the card mounts in windows just fine.
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sorry different person. Got a new card read sd card checks out after partion it will just not read the card can all kind of test on the card formated changed partion back to fad 32 it will just not read the card mounts in windows just fine.

The card shows up and reads in windows?

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