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    Hello all, I have no idea if this question has been asked before but here goes: I keep getting a message saying I am using my memory at 90% and to clear it immediately. I have cleared the cache of all my apps but still get the message a lot. I am starteing to get ticked off about it. Can someone clue me in on a fix?? Thanks to all....
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    Try rebooting into recovery and clearing the system cache, and deleting old photos/videos that you don't use or need anymore.

    To clear the cache:
    1. Shut the phone off
    2. Boot into recovery by holding the power button along with the camera button and home button
    3. To bring up the recovery menu, press both volume buttons at the same time (for Gingerbread) or the search button (for FroYo)
    4. Clear the cache by using the volume buttons to navigate the menu and the power button to select (for Gingerbread) or the camera button to select (for FroYo)
    5. Reboot the device
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