iPhone warns me that I am low on memory but..

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Zabumafu, Oct 27, 2007.

  1. Zabumafu

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    Randomly when I open things such as google earth and etc. My iPhone has a pop-up that says I am running low on disk space, but when I plug in my iPhone to iTunes it says I have 2.17gb left of room?

    Why does it do this? I synced it a few times seeing if it would stop but Ill wait and see if it does it soon.
     
  2. Ramesh

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    How did you open google earth on your phone?

    Let us know if you keep having this problem.
     
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  4. Burrito Bandit

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    Probably means Virtual Memory/RAM
     
  5. Joseph B

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    Hmmm ... Try clearing your Safari Cache:

    Settings -> Safari -> Clear Cache
     
  6. Mrzappit

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    I have this problem whenever I try to run Monopoly. Is there a way for me to clear the ram?
     
  7. iArthur

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    I think it means that your running out of RAM.
     
  8. Mrzappit

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    I know. That's why I asked how to clear my RAM. Do u know how to do that?
     
  9. iArthur

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    If you have the SBsettings there is a clear RAM button.


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  10. Kadelic

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    A reboot or hard reset should clear the RAM, shouldn't it?
     
  11. Europa

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    That's not necessary. The iPhone can manage its memory just fine. I just try to remember to reboot every couple days.
     
  12. KodiakDraco

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    If you open your task switcher and clear everything out it will free up a lot of ram. Even the apps that don't keep running in the background use a little bit of ram just to keep the icons in the multitasker.


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