Learn how to use the task manager, view free space, and free up memory and storage on the LG Optimus T and sd card. Find out more on this page:
Internal memory (RAM)
Internal storage (ROM)
To manage the internal memory, follow these steps:
You should restart the phone at least once a day:
Prevent the memory from being filled as quickly:
Keep managing any applications that you install to keep the system running properly:
A task manager can view running apps and close them. To use the task manager, follow these steps:
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To view the amount of free internal memory, follow these steps:
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To manage the internal storage space, follow these steps:
Clear storage regularly
Clear the storage at least once a week:
Note: Refer to your user manual for instructions.
Check the available internal device storage. It must be over 25 MB for all versions up to Android 3.1 or over 150 MB for Android 4.0+.
Note: If it is less, the Android system cannot work properly. You must clear more storage and delete more apps using the following tips.
Delete unnecessary text messages (SMS) and picture messages (MMS).
Transfer pictures and media to a computer, and remove it from the phone memory.
Clear the browser cache, cookies, or history.
Clear Facebook app cache.
Manage applications. See section below.
Delete the call logs.
Set the device to manage some memory
Prevent the storage from being filled as quickly:
Set the text message limit to delete messages automatically.
Note: The default is 200 text and 20 picture messages. You may use this setting to start with, and decrease it if you continue to have problems.
Change the setting for email synchronization to download only for the past three days.
If you notice the device having some problems and you installed apps in the past few days, then uninstall all the new apps. Most device problems are actually caused by app errors.
View other applications that are using storage or memory:
When in Manage Applications settings, press Menu. Some devices may require you select All first to view all applications.
Touch Sort by size.
For apps that take up a lot of space, clear the application cache and data.
For apps that continue to use a lot of your storage space, uninstall them by touching the app name, then Uninstall.
Move some apps to the SD card or storage partition.
Note: Do not move: live wallpaper, widget apps, apps that use the notification bar, or apps that synchronize online. Some apps may not work correctly from SD card. Move unstable apps back to internal memory or upgrade to a new SD card (class 6 or above).
To view the amount of free internal storage, follow these steps:
Formatting the SD card deletes all data on it. You may wish to format the SD card if you want to delete the files, if files or apps on the SD card are not working, or if the SD card is not working.
To format the SD card while inserted in the device, follow these steps:
To insert or remove the SD card, follow these steps:
To open or delete files on the SD card using a computer, follow these steps:
To open or delete files on the SD card using the device, follow these steps:
By default, the device stores data on the [SD card or internal storage]. To set the default memory storage to another location, follow these steps:
Note: All media saves to the memory card. All applications from Play Store save to the device memory.
To transfer files and pictures between the computer and SD card, follow these steps:
To transfer files and pictures between the internal storage and SD card, follow these steps:
To view the amount of free SD card storage, follow these steps:
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