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[LINKS] Nexus One FRF72

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22nd June 2010, 11:29 PM   |  #641  
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The reason your internal memory has dropped is due to the browser cached files go to settings,applications,manage applications,all applications,scroll down to browser,tap it,clear cache.hope this helps

I'm not that stupid. Of course it does. I cleared cache just before I installed FRF72 from 50 hence I feel confident that there was an increase in storage there
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Improved garbage cleanup.

You had more garbage that others.
23rd June 2010, 01:39 AM   |  #643  
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this might sound dumb but how do i install this update? I have the tmobile nexus one...will it work with that? thanks!
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this might sound dumb but how do i install this update? I have the tmobile nexus one...will it work with that? thanks!


yes, are you rooted? if not download update, rename to update.zip, place in root of sd card. shut phone off, hold trackball and power till bootloader comes up, select recovery, then flash zip from sd, and flash the zip...

Or search and find other files if your rooted.
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I follow every number you post.. lmaoo
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Lol, it's kinda sad cause it usually means it's at least a week away.

(I think that's how long they "test" out the rc builds minimum). =/
23rd June 2010, 01:49 AM   |  #648  
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yes, are you rooted? if not download update, rename to update.zip, place in root of sd card. shut phone off, hold trackball and power till bootloader comes up, select recovery, then flash zip from sd, and flash the zip...

Or search and find other files if your rooted.

nah im not rooted, but thank you for the help. I didnt realize it was just like all the other updates. I appreciate it
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I haven't seen it mentioned, but the issue with Google Voice needing to be tapped twice or crashing after opening is fixed with 72.

Yes, I have seen the double tapping issue, but I've never had GV crash.
23rd June 2010, 02:02 AM   |  #650  
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Originally Postedby platinumandroid "The reason your internal memory has dropped is due to the browser cached files go to settings,applications,manage applications,all applications,scroll down to browser,tap it,clear cache.hope this helps." (@ilanad) " I'm not that stupid. Of course it does. I cleared cache just before I installed FRF72 from 50 hence I feel confident that there was an increase in storage there." You must be stupid cause that's not what I was saying dumdass the reason your internal memory has declined is due to a bug in froyo,I know there was an increase in internal memory in frf72 from frf50 but if you knew how to read I was telling you to check your browser cache Now and you will see that it is filling up to about 9 or so MB hence why you had an immediate increase in memory and now it has dropped.with this build you will see it necessary to clear the cache a few times a day if you want to see that extra memory. I suggest you read a post more clearly before you embarrass yourself again as I was just trying to help you.

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