Issue with NO FREE SPACE

Discussion in 'Gome Flytouch II Firmware' started by Marzuki, Sep 17, 2011.

  1. Marzuki

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    Hey there,
    Appreciate someone can help on the matter. I've updated my Wowpad firmware from 1561 to V2.2 3245 through RGOCAL instruction how-to-do. Thumbs up & thank u to RGOCAL.

    I was playing around with the bootanimation.zip file (pickup from RGOCAL goodies, again thumbs up) on my Wowpad to see how it would display. The first bootanimation file work fine after reboot. Then, delete the first file & tried the another file. After copy to the system/media folder, a message pop up "no free space". My wowpad still has over 800MB space available. Why did this happen?


    Again, appreciate someone to educate me how to fix the issues.

    Thanks

    Marzuki
     
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    Your /cache filesystem is full?

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    Where exactly should I look for cache filesystem? Thanks
     
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    I was looking at a friends FlyTouch II that was having problems. It seems to power up each time as if it were the first time and requires a screen calibration. It will not install apps saying "NO FREE SPACE". If I check memory it says 0 space for apps. I tried the back-home-power combo but it boots normally. A very small app (cards) will install but could not get Kindle to...How exactly do you do the factory reset?
     

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