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Thread: iPhone Capacity - Help!!!

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    Default iPhone Capacity - Help!!!
    I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask, so if not, please direct me to the right location. Yesterday I was listening to music I downloaded to my iPhone. Well, I stopped listening to music, and when I was going to start up again, there was no music for me to be able to listen too. It was all wiped out. Not sure why. Anyway, this morning I was syncing my iPhone to iTunes, and I wasn't able to download all of the music I have because it is showing that my capacity is full. I have 463.2MB of music; 94.9MB of pictures; and the 6.43GB is Other. I don't know what that is. I have uninstalled several items that I downloaded form Cydia, but it's still doesn't give me any free space. Does anyone know what I can do to get this fixed? Do I need to restore my phone and then jailbreak it again? Help!!!

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    Need to know what apps you where using, that you deleted? If it was anything like "swaptunes" then yeah....you may just wanna do a fresh restore. You could also SSH into the phone and wipe the extra database.

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    I did have Swaptunes downloaded, but I never used it. Most of my downloads were themes for winterboard. Stuff that I downloaded a while back and didn't use anymore. How do I SSH into the phone. I had SBSettings (or something like that) downloaded, but I removed it to see if that was causing my problem. It wasn't. But before I removed it I selected Fix It, yet still having the same problem.

    Yesterday the phone was working fine when I was in my car listenting to the music, and then 10 minutes later, all of my music and movies were gone.

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    1st,6.43GB Other is too much.Don't hit the itunes upgrade button next time,cos you will lose 500 mb space in every hits.
    2nd,do a full restore with a custom fw-not stock fw
    3rd,install ssh from cydia,then use winscp,iphone browser or diskaid to ssh into your phone...

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