Disk Space

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  1. Tayg10

    Tayg10 New Member

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    my itouch says im running out of disk space, but i only have a page and 2 rows of apps. I know there is a way to free up more space, is it difficult at all?
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    dont mind it, when you get to about 4 pages, serach on how to get more space... your ok for now
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    I already have 4 pages and the same problem. So how can I set more space?
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    Install the app bosstools and relocate your wallpaper and applications, it does it all automatically for you, i was a bit hesitant at first, but it freed up about 40mb of disk space.
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    Not true, if he has large apps installed he may have used up his space faster.
    Apps like NES and the many game roms takes up a good bit of space before moving the apps folder. Also if you have installed a bunch of summerboard themes you can use up that space fast. It's not a big partition. Go ahead and move your apps folder with the boss tool. It's easy and makes it run faster some say.
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    If I use the Boss Tool and move my apps and wallpapers, can I move them back at a later time?
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    I used SSH to move my Applications folder, there is a tutorial somewhere around.

    I ran out of space also, but now its all good

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