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|08-21-2006, 12:32 AM||#1|
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Clearing i850 Memory
I have a Nextel i850 and tried to upload some custom ringtones. After much trial and error I finally got it to work. However the problem is that I uploaded a 6.6mb wav file that did not work. However, it still took up that much space. So 70% of my phones space is being taken up and there is no way to delete it (since it doesnt show up anywhere). Does anyone know how to find a "bad file" that doesn't appear under normal ringtones/apps through some kind of archive feature? Or possible by using my computer? If not, is the only way of freeing up the space to do a hard reset back to manufacturer settings? Lastly, if this is the only way, I need to know the security code for doing so.
|12-23-2007, 11:59 AM||#3|
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I'm not sure about the first part(deleting the one file), but as far as resetting to the factory defaults, unless you changed the security code it should be 000000.
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