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Some corrupted files might be stuck on you device, and the best option is to start from scratch. Use iTunes to create a backup of your device, restore to the current iOS version, and restore the backup you created. Check this page for more info about what might steal your precious space. I have had previous success doing a backup, reset and restore of my ...


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These could be some temporary files - usually, after a restart they get deleted freeing precious space. When you connect iOS device to iTunes, these often show as "other" in Summary tab.


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The app iExplorer can export one, several, or all messages from your iPhone and save them in a number of ways. Once you have exported and archived the conversations onto your Mac or PC, you can delete them from your phone & reclaim space. The easiest takes each conversation and exports PDFs out of them with images attached in-line: Other options ...


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The only viable options for RAID using just 2 drives would be RAID 0 or 1. RAID 1 wouldn't increase your storage, so 0 is the only remaining choice. Even if you could RAID an internal fixed drive to a removable SD card (& without first formatting both), the drive would only be 'whole' so long as both were present (& still functional.) If either ...


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There is no confirmed limit, according to Apple. You can add large libraries, and the only limit is your hard disk free space.


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Yes you can delete anything in the Cache folder. There's no unsaved things. Just cached data. Like renderinged things in the case of After Effects. In video editing software you can often define maximum cache size.


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You can check for hard links by selecting either the folder [possibly a bit excessive] or one sample file… You can access the contents of a Library file [which is really a folder] by right clicking it & selecting 'Show Package Contents'. Be careful not to actually play around in there, Apple would rather you didn't ;-) but looking through the folder ...


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Hard linked files share the same inode (which kind of identifies the file in the filesystem). So what you can do is to get the path of two photos which should be the same ("Reveal in Finder" in the old application, probably something similar in the new), open Terminal and run ls -li /path/from/old/app.jpg /path/from/new/app.jpg to see whether the number ...


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Use your jailbreak software to connect the phone to a computer and examine the phone's volume as a whole Theres a chance that your phone's OS ran into a bug that prevents it from correctly managing memory. Theres a chance that your phone's is/was in the process of reallocating all the free space so it shows as used Theres a chance the apple is punishing ...


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Essentially it’s anything that OS X does not allocate to the listed specified storage types of applications, backups, audio, movies, backups, and photos. That means a very broad list of items will be considered as Other, including things like the following: Documents and file types, including PDF, doc, PSD, etc Archives and disk images, including zips, ...



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