Disk Full Error

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  1. discjockct

    discjockct New Member

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    When I launch Crash Bandicot Nitro 3D it says "Disk Full" How can I free space? Delete apps? Is there a way to extend the apps partition because I still have 5GB left on iTouch?
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    Create Documents in the same Applications folder Crash bandicoot is in and chmod it 755
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    Ezra Well-Known Member

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    This error is probably because you got the cracked version.

    Simply do as KaMikA said.

    That will probably work for any other apps that have this problem.
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    jpga13 Banned

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    I thought the folder was set to 775 and not 755 but I could be wrong.
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    I only got this by SSHing the .app file into the iPod. By using cracked .ipa files the problem was solved for me.
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    probably shouldnt be talking about it.. but, the Documents folder in \Applications should be 777. There should also be Documents folder at \private\var\Applications
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    I downloaded this game from installer' and I have the same problem. I tried to find the direction of the game on the WINscp and it didn't finding the game?
    Where the game? O.O
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    I was just about to create a thread with the same issue.

    Chherz KaMikA

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  9. discjockct

    discjockct New Member

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    I am a little confused about exactly what to do. can any one explain in some more detail please?
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    Yeah please help.

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