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    Default [iTunes] 0 Bytes Remaining After Switching To A New Computer

    I recently transferred the data from my powerbook to my new Mac Pro.

    When syncing in iTunes, it says that there is 0kb remaining on my iPhone.

    I recently deleted a 150mb album and had space a day ago, it's suddenly gone..

    I'm running a 1.1.4 ZiPhone'd phone, only jailbroken not unlocked.

    Any solution?



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    what does the infobar at the bottom of itunes says
    how many GB music, video, pics and others

    sounds like to me when you deleted that 160mb folder it didnt clear properly in the iphone

    let us know how many gb/mb of other you have

    restore is an option but i think this can be fixed through ssh
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    Silent, your title is not in conformity and you posted in the wrong section.
    You are a long time member here, please try to show the example by respecting it.

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    Sorry XianLi, won't happen again

    Well here's what it says:


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    Quote Originally Posted by SilentEcho13 View Post
    Sorry XianLi, won't happen again

    Well here's what it says:
    Sorry for jumping in here. I have a rule on my PCs to always at least have 15 % free disc space to allow operation without pain. it's a good idea to do the same on all devices that have an OS running.
    I'd just delete at least 800MB-1GB

    just my 2 cent
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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    Sorry for jumping in here. I have a rule on my PCs to always at least have 15 % free disc space to allow operation without pain. it's a good idea to do the same on all devices that have an OS running.
    I'd just delete at least 800MB-1GB

    just my 2 cent
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    I listen to too much music to delete anything lol

    I'm just trying to fix this until I can upgrade to the 3G iPhone.

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    mayb you should restore then, that will fix it
    try removing all photos and try adding them again

    ur iphone is an 8gb right?
    so the capasity should be 7.3 GB and u have about 7.1 GB

    100 - 200 mb less
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    I really don't want to restore right now, I guess I'll wait until the 3G iphone unless I can fix this without a restore.

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    Check the folder /var/mobile/Media/iTunes_Control/ to see if it doesn't contain a previous duplicate music library.

 

 

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