With every file type that is downloaded from Internet explorer (or your e-mail), there should be an application associated with the file type to open it. When the file is downloaded, the associated application will help read its contents. For eg:
PDF - Adobe Reader App.
Text files, zip files, MS Office docs - Microsoft Office Hub.
Pictures - Pictures Hub
In most cases, you can't.
App Data is simply the data the app stores while in use. In the case of Twitter, it stores/caches the avatars so it doesn't have to re-download them each time you use the app. Even though they are just small images, when you've viewed many thousands of avatars, that all ads up.
If an app doesn't have an option to clear this kind ...
Since Windows Phone 8, developers can register a handler for file extensions.
This is my old answer. It is only valid for Windows Phone 7:
Windows Phone uses something called "isolated storage". This is a virtual storage space created on the internal storage by each ...
Other Storage on Windows Phone 8 includes cached data that is stored on your device. Everything from email, games, videos, game info, app info, documents, images synced to SkyDrive are all items that can fill it up.
When you need to install an app or perform another action that requires more dedicated use of storage, this other space is supposed to ...
If you have the Zune installed and synchronized with the device, there is a hack to get windows phone to be used as a mass storage device on that machine.
Here’s how it’s done:
Open the registry editor on your PC by typing regedit in your Start
menu and go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\USB;
Now modify three entries (note, if ...
You can't see the space used by apps directly, but in the Zune software you can see how much of used and reserved storage isn't media with the grey section of the storage gauge:
This space includes apps, app data, emails, documents, and reserved storage. You can check and set how much reserved space you have on your device in Zune settings > Phone > ...
Try going to settings and then to Storage Check. You get a nice sorted list at the end.
P.S. I was looking for the same and passed by your question. I saw just now that it's over a year old. Perhaps this section was missing from settings back then?
Windows Phone does not support this kind of use natively.
There are a few apps which mimic this kind of behavior but require companion apps on each PC and so are a more complex solution.
The "Windows Phone" answer would be to adopt the "3 screens and the cloud" approach and transfer files via the web. Windows Phone users get 7GB (no longer 25 GB) of ...
Windows Phone 8 supports the Media Transfer Protocol and can be used like a mass storage device on supported target operating systems. Windows Vista and later natively support MTP, but additional software is required for older versions of Windows, Linux and OS X.
So as long as your disconnected computers are running Vista or later you can easily transfer ...
That would be for the built-in non-volatile storage1, not RAM. 128 GB of RAM is not something you will need in a mobile phone for a long time.
1 Strictly speaking, ROM is not the correct acronym because it stands for "read-only memory", which the built-in storage of your phone is obviously not.
Starting with v8.1 which was released to those on the "Preview for Developers" yesterday, the new Storage Sense app allows for apps to be stored on the phone, or on the SD card.
This update is due to be rolled out to all phones running 8.0 over the "next few months", and availability will vary by phone manufacturer and, in some cases, network operator.
You should wait : the current mobile build has a little bug with the storage setting.
If you move from WP8 to W10M, your apps on the SD card will still be there.
But with the current build we can't change the storage settings, so you should set them up before upgrading.
There is no tool that will let you discern the exact content due to the nature of isolated storage (this is how the phone's OS, Silverlight, stores information). One thing you should be aware of, is whatever space an individual app uses is inside that bar.
For instance, you could have an RSS reader that stores all of the items you've ever read, or a ...
The most official thing I can find from Microsoft is a Windows Phone 8 Reviewer's Guide (PDF)
You can also connect Windows Phone 8 to a PC running Windows XP or
Windows Vista, upon which it will be recognized as an external mass
Recent reviews are very clear that it is supported:
HTC 8X Review
...the folks at Redmond have finally ...
Today I discovered there's an app in Nokia Beta Labs which lets you move maps to the SD card. It's called Storage Check:
You just need to register your Nokia account and phone to the service. With this it should now be possible to offline as many maps as you want on your 620.
For anyone else, the app works ...
Unfortunately you will have to reinstall all apps as they the files on the SD card are bound to your old phones ID.
You can insert the SD Jonny your old phone, make a backup there and restore it on your new device - this way you don't have to download all apps manually.
Unfortunately , WP doesn't allow us to remove App Cache globally. It is totally dependent on Developer to add such functionality for his app.
The only possible way to delete the cache is to delete the app and install it again.
You can find more here
If you are worried about WhatsApp means then you have to delete the chat history and also to delete media ...
The easiest way is using your computer.
You need to have a Windows XP/Vista/7/8(.1)/10 with an internet connection.
Put the SD Card in your Windows Phone
Use a phone-to-USB cable. When it's connected, make sure the Windows Phone is installed before using it.
Go to the File Manager and go to (My) Computer.
Right click on Windows Phone and select Open/Explore
How much map data do you want offline? I just checked and Austria is 200MB (based on your profile I chose this one). The entire USA is 2.5GB. I have a 920, so no SD card to test with, but I am thinking you can't choose where to store them at this time.
Advertised disc (memory) space is the one that includes operating system. Manufacturers don't advertise only an available space.
So using Windows RT on MS Surface as an example: In 64 GB version available space is actually 45 GB. My 16 GB iPad actually has got 13,5 GB available. My 2 TB HDD has got only 1,81 TB when formatted to the NTFS file system (and ...
The phone is very good at cleaning up after the uninstallation of applications, to the point where if you reinstall them, they think it's a clean install. I believe this is down to the storage system, as no application can directly see any data from another application, and no application can install additional system libraries.
Probably easiest to just quote Microsoft on this:
The Reserved space and other content section represents downloaded
apps and games, and content that was downloaded from other computers
and copied onto a player or phone.
There are three options to recover some of the reserved space:
Adjust the space that's reserved on your device via Zune.
Fortunately or unfortunately, this is not a problem that has to do specifically with your firmware update.
As mentioned here is a recognized bug and Microsoft is working with Nokia to address this.
Your firmware update should have enabled the "Storage Check" module- to access this you need to go into Settings and scroll to the bottom of the list.
As mentioned in my comment, Storage Cleaner is a 3rd party app which has no proper method of clearing the temporary files. It uses a kind of hack (ie. fills up your phone with data) until it's full to try and force the phone to free up more resources by deleting its temporary files.
This will not always work, and some of the temporary files are stored ...
Yes It is possible but you need to unlock your phone. Download and install Interop tools and then open the app and tick down the Full FileSystem Access. Then restart your phone and connect to PC. You will have the full access now.
Packages are first downloaded, and then unpacked/installed, and it is that download size that is shown in the store. Because it has to download it and then install, you typically need at least twice the size of the package free to install it (although the size of the download package would be freed after installation)
It will be in this directory - Phone\Music\Me\RecorderPro. I have the RecorderPro application as well and this is where my files are being stored. Once you connect your phone to your PC just navigate to that directory. If you load the "Files" application on your phone you can view your phone's files and directories through the application (though this ...