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12th February 2011, 11:55 AM   |  #1  
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If i delete everything in my "My folder"? I am rdy to install everything again.

The problem is that i think i have to much **** on the phone and it's rly slow...
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12th February 2011, 01:15 PM   |  #2  
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do you mean " What will happen if.... "

nothing will happen if you delete all your stuff. but what makes you think the phone is slow because of how much stuff you have on it ??

it could be a factor of things.
12th February 2011, 02:15 PM   |  #3  
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Well i have done a factory reset but the maps are still there. So i was thinking if i delete everything and do a factory reset maybe the phone don't have all the useless things left.

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Maps is part of the rom, unless you uninstall it it will always be there. if you have done a facorty reset that wont wipe your sd card but it will free up some space... what exactly are you trying to do?????

to completely remove everything format your sd card. this will ensure nothing is left on it apart from what the phone needs to run off
13th February 2011, 04:13 AM   |  #5  
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i actully tried this, but i deleted everything on the SD card, (not the system folders ofcourse)

the only thing that happened was, the system created new folders e.g. the DCIM folder..

OHH!! forgot to mension, i was not on any custom rom nor any lagfixes.. i think that would be a problem if you did..
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Yes the phone needs.certain folders to operate. Don't worry about them if you have deleted everything you have freed up some space. Them folders will always come back even if they are empty

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Thank you all for answer! Now I can start to operate again!

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