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When I checked Cydia storage it says that I have 75% of system space used. I am not sure if this is good or bad?
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    Default How do I free up space in system storage?
    When I checked Cydia storage it says that I have 75% of system space used. I am not sure if this is good or bad?

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    if you are talking about your system partition, you cant touch that. that is the partition dedicated to the OS.
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    I have a 16G 3GS running 3.0.1. Have i somehow used too much space?

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    The system partition is defaulted at just under 600MB. After the firmware and jailbreak you use about 450MB of this which is normal. The rest of your stuff will be stored on the private partition which is the 8/16/32GB portion. You're fine.
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    Thanks very much for your help. I appreciate your taking the time to answer my questions.

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