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How is this possible??? It all goes back to my previous post, someone please help!!!
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    Default Low Disk Space???
    How is this possible???

    It all goes back to my previous post, someone please help!!!

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    i get the same thing... i have no videos or images on my device, i have (according to itunes) 5GB free space... how could i be low?

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    Because there's two partitions on your iPhone. One for the Filesystem and another for the Media. If you've installed alot of programs, file mods, etc and the iPhone can't write it's required information to the Filesystem, you'll get a disk low warning advising you to remove some tunes/videos, even if there's plenty of space on the Media partition. Trying relocating your Applications folder to your root folder. Guide is in the guides section.
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    Quote Originally Posted by manny6i9 View Post
    How is this possible???

    It all goes back to my previous post, someone please help!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by the sr5 View Post
    i get the same thing... i have no videos or images on my device, i have (according to itunes) 5GB free space... how could i be low?
    there is a program in Installer now that will let you do this as well, it's called BossTools i believe. there is also a guide in my signature if you can't find or don't want to use BossTools
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    Guides:
    Moving Applications into the Media Partition to get more space for third party apps

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