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Help! Says no space on my phone


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#1 InventJoy

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Posted 13 June 2017 - 08:57 PM

I get error messages saying I'm out of space, so various things wont work. I'm at Metro PCS. They say too many apps.Apps can only be on internal system & most of them can't be moved to memory car. I spent hours last night moving everything that can be moved. Before I spend $139 plus more time that I'll never recover in this lifetime:It doesn't seem to add up.

1. Is this a rippoff?

2. Suggest solution?

My phone, upgraded 4 mths ago has internal memory of 16 gig.  6 gigs cannot be deleted. I do not have 10 gigs of apps installed. Phone is LG Aristo MS210N

Can anyone suggest help? Thx in advance. Invent Joy


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Posted 13 June 2017 - 09:03 PM

Do you have tons of media files:  pictures, video, music?

 

These tend to eat up huge amounts of space, and many phones default to storing photos on internal storage.


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