Restoring "as a new iPhone"

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Gerhard Torges, Jan 13, 2012.

  1. Hello!

    I have ongoing problems with the size of "other" memory on my iPhone 4.
    It's jailbroken and running iOS 4.3.3.

    To bring the "other" memory back to a resonable size, I tried lots of
    attempts including removing all music and video, then manually re-adding
    it, clearing browser chaches, deleting Cover artwork manually with iFile
    and much more.
    But still, the "other" memory is occupying more than 1 GB.

    The last resort would be restoring from scratch, jailbreaking again and
    manually add all apps again.

    What bothers e there is this: What about the data stored in these apps?
    Do I have to restore this data manually?

    Thanks for helping!


    Gerhard


    --
    "Ich habe ja nichts zu verbergen".
    Nunja:
    <http://daten-speicherung.de/wiki/index.php/
    Fälle_von_Datenmissbrauch_und_-irrtümern>
     
    Gerhard Torges, Jan 13, 2012
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  2. Gerhard Torges

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    In article <1kdtjc7.1msty011pl5n6yN%>, Gerhard
    Torges <> wrote:

    > Hello!
    >
    > I have ongoing problems with the size of "other" memory on my iPhone 4.
    > It's jailbroken and running iOS 4.3.3.
    >
    > To bring the "other" memory back to a resonable size, I tried lots of
    > attempts including removing all music and video, then manually re-adding
    > it, clearing browser chaches, deleting Cover artwork manually with iFile
    > and much more.
    > But still, the "other" memory is occupying more than 1 GB.


    ignore it. the size breakdown is not usually accurate and changes with
    the wind. sometimes apps are tallied into other and moments later
    they're back in apps. sometimes the total size jumps to over capacity
    and then back down to well under capacity. it's very broken.

    as long as everything fits, it will be fine.
     
    nospam, Jan 13, 2012
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