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Discussion in 'HTC Droid Incredible' started by stanwelks, Feb 3, 2011.

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    I downloaded some apps yesterday through the new website and received a message in the notification area that it is Low on space and Application data space is low.

    I clicked on it and deleted some apps and moved others to the SD card though the message still displays.


    1. Some apps allowed me to move them to the SD card and others the option was greyed out. Why is this?

    2. Why does this message still display even after I moved several large apps to the SD card?

    Thanks.
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    empty the cahce on some of ur apps
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    How do you empty a cache on an app?
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    Go to settings, applications, manage applications, and then just tap the app you want to empty the cache on and just clear the cache.

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    I had the same problem, mine said to delete the HTC mail data. It happened over and over again, like every 10min. I couldn't figure out what it could be. Finally I went through a bunch of apps I don't use often or at all and deleted them.That was 2 days ago and it hasn't happened since. Good luck

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