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Old 04-09-2010, 01:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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can someone please help and explain, well , how to remove the sample pictures that are included with the phone. my carrier is tmobile and there arte at least a dozen pics. I have follwed other threads but these pics didn't appear like how they were described on the other posts explaining how to help free up memory
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Old 04-09-2010, 09:17 PM   #2 (permalink)
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On a 9700 why would you need to free up memory? It comes with plenty and 12 pictures wouldn't make a dent.

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i agree that there is no real reason for memory concerns to remove the files, but you can still remove them by deleting this file from your OS java folder and then reloading the OS
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I "wrote the book" on freeing up memory and removing .cod's. Yet, with the new devices I don't even bother as there is plenty of memory now. You may have noticed that the post hasn't been updated in quite a while. That's why.
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i agree there is enough RAM i just hate there is something there i don't want on there . I am i guess a little neurotic
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There is a program I use called Max Mem that will free up several mb's of memory. I believe it is a free program.
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