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  1. kawasakizx636

    kawasakizx636 New Member

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    hey i just installed jiggy runtime to get ibowl to work, and once the download was finished, a warning msg popped up saying that i was running out of space and that i should delete some stuff. but when i check itunes, it says that i still have over 6gb's of free space.
    anyone know why?

    i have a 8gb ipod touch and have......installed:
    -installer
    -customize
    -smbprefs
    -light
    -maps
    -block puzzle
    -five dice
    -ttr
    -labrinth
    -ssh
    -lights off
    -pocket guitar
    -nes
    -squid
    -isolitaire
    -ishare
    -isnake
    -sketches
    -iphysics

    i'm thinking maybe i'm running out of space for more apps but still have 6gbs of music, but that doesn't really make sence

    thanks in advance

    edit: somehow i couldn't find it, thanks for the link though.
  2. bddckr

    bddckr Active Member

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  3. YouTouch

    YouTouch New Member

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    Its says your running out of space because there are two memory drives on the ipod. one for music and video and another for fonts and apps. just install "bosstools" then open it up and it should explain what to do. if you dont get it just pm me. I had that message two because on the smaller memory drive I had 15mb/300mb left then I relocated fonts and now i have 90mb/300mb.
  4. jamil_d

    jamil_d Active Member

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    Simple Instructions:
    There are two partitions on the iPod; one for media, and one for other. Here's how you change it.

    Step One: Install BossTool
    Step Two: Click the Arrow beside Free Disk Space
    Step Three: Either Relocate Fonts or Applications

    Done!

    P.S. Click the scale under the avatar to rep me!

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