"other" capacity

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  1. ygulusur

    ygulusur New Member

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    i guess all of u have noticed that the "other" capacity that u see in the main window on itunes getting bigger day by day. i dont know if there is a solution mentioned for that but as far as i ve searched, no solutions.
    today i ve tried (both with my iphone and my brothers ipod touch) to read a mail that included 10 mb pdf file on my ipod/iphone. they downloaded the file to open. (they couldnt open it but that s another topic

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    ) after that i ve deleted the mail. but the "other" capacity grew by 10 mb even after i ve deleted the mail from my iphone and touch. any ideas about the reason and/or solution?
  2. iTouch532

    iTouch532 Well-Known Member

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    Well that file could be info of songs album art apps, notes, email, basically anything that is not songs, videos movies or pictures.

    oops that wasn't your question..

    did you try to restart your iPod??? completely as in reboot?

    Also are you sure you deleted the 10MB file? and not something else?
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    ygulusur New Member

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    yeah i ve restarted it. and iam sure that i ve deleted that mail containing the 10 mb pdf file, both from the inbox and the trash can.
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    iTouch532 Well-Known Member

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    Just Restore, The other way would be to look in every single folder and find what's 10MB and delete it, but if you think about it its not a lot its like 2 songs, so you should be fine.
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    ygulusur New Member

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    10 mb is not much i agree, but the total reached to 400 mb. that s much
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    yeah, well u should just restore and never add those files again, unless restoring is not an option.

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