Hi Henry. When you load up the app. Just hitthe scan button and you will get a
message telling you that memory is almost full and this message will pop up
regardless of what your memory status is. Tap ok and the scan should take
around 30 seconds or more. On the left of you screen! You should see the scan
results and you can then close the app.
On 1 Oct 2016, at 14:45, Henry Miller <henry@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Many thanks for your most helppful suggestions.
I deleted photos in the "deleted photos folder" and gained 1 GB of extra
space. I am currently running Memory and disk scanner Pro and first
selected the CPU button and it appears to be processing. A percentage
monitor appears to be changing all the time and it has been running now for
about ten minutes. Please can you offer any further advice on using this APP?
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
[mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>] On Behalf
Of Saqib Hussain
Sent: 01 October 2016 13:08
To: Access UK
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Slowly Runnin out of space on my IPhone 5S
Hi. Download Memory & Disk Scanner Pro. These all delete all junk files from
all apps but you have to run the scan 3 times if you have allot of junk. You
have to close the app from the app switcher each time but it does a fantastic
job. You can trial the app to begin with. Another way of deleting junk files
is by pressing the power button 5 times in a row. It doesn’t always work but
it will delete some junk files as well as restarting your phone. My final bit
of advice is to delete all photos that are in the deleted photos folder as
that can accumulate allot of photos as you delete them from your photo
On 1 Oct 2016, at 12:38, Eleanor Martha Burke <eleanormarthaburke@xxxxxxxxx
I wonder how Henry has so much storage taken up with email. I have hundreds
of emails on my iPhone 5s it's five email accounts! and it is only taking up
20 7KB storage! this would include email attachments!
On 1 Oct 2016, at 11:57, Mobeen Iqbal <mobeeniqbal@xxxxxxxxx
The only solution unfortunately may be to delete your email account and add
it again. Its ridiculous, but the email app persistently seems to cache
emails even if you get rid of them. you could also use another email app
like acompli. for more information, you may want to read this:
On 01/10/2016 01:53, Henry Miller wrote:
Trying to create more free space on my IPhone 5S 32 GB running the latest
I O S 10.0.2. I noticed that Mail was using 4.3 GB of space and I deleted
all emails messages in all folders. However, When I go to setting,
storage and ICloud usage, and then manage
storage, I discover that mail is still using 4.3 GB. This is despite
switching off the phone and restarting. In addition, the amount of free
space on the IPhone is slowly diminishing, obviously there is data being
accumulated but I don't know where to search. Facebook is 1.4 GB and this
also needs to be reduced in size.
Please can anyone offer some suggestions?