Full storage is a huge problem for everyone nowadays who possesses a smartphone. Irrespective of whether you use an Android smartphone or iPhone or a Windows phones, everyone seems to have this problem. But now this article will help you solve this problem.[adinserter block=”16″]
No matter how old our phonesare, they are always complaining that the storage is almost full. This is so frustrating and occurs so frequently that the instant we see that message, we immediately go to the gallery and delete a few photos and videos but the problem comes back after a few days and we keep on repeating this. [adinserter block=”16″]
But what if I told you a much easier solution to this problem exists? Wouldn’t you be excited. Keep on reading to know how you can clear off storage in your phones fast[adinserter block=”16″]
The first step is to check how much storage space is available. iPhone users can check this by going to Settings->General -> Storage and iCloud usage. Keep note of the space available. [adinserter block=”16″]
Next, you need to go to the iTunes store, choose an extra long movie(consider a movie which is as long as the King Kong) and then press Rent twice. [adinserter block=”16″][adinserter name=”5th page”][adinserter block=”16″]
You will probably see a popup informing you that you don’t have enough storage space. No need to worry about that. Now, go back to your settings and storage option and you should find that the available storage space has increased significantly! Isn’t this great? If you are curious as to how this works, check out the next page. [adinserter block=”16″][adinserter name=”6th and multiple”]
The solution is actually quite simple. When you go to the iTunes store to rent the movie, iOS realises that there is a dearth of space, so it attempts to remove unnecessary data. Now, it obviously cannot delete your files or your apps, but it can delete unnecessary data like cache and data of apps. And that is why you find your available storage space has increased.
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