How To Speed Up HTC wildfire S and Free Internal Memory

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I am updating from android 2.1 to android 2.2 from the att site. But it says it will do a hard reset which will delete everything (apps music messages pictures etc.) how can i save all this update and keep all my apps and everything?

please include tips links anything!

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Answer by Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread
Note: All Music, Pictures, and Video are stored on the MicroSD card and will not be deleted during the update process. All applications downloaded from Market are linked to the Gmail account set up on the device and can be restored to the device using that Gmail account.

You can use HTC Sync™ to synchronize Outlook contacts and calendar, Outlook Express contacts, music, pictures & video, bookmarks and documents from your PC to your device.

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22 thoughts on “How To Speed Up HTC wildfire S and Free Internal Memory”

  1. Thanks man. My girlfriend was having problems with her Wildfire memory. I didn’t want to root it or even explain what that was lol. That wee app helped a lot and made me the hero of the hour by helping me clear the FB app and freeing almost 20MB in memory which meant she could play her Extra Extended game that she’s addicted to. Thanks to this wee video, I managed the whole process in under 10 mins and looked like an expert hacker. I owe you my hole. haha

  2. I sent you a PM with the link for the tutorial.
    (if you have a cdma wildfire s, check the same forum but in a different post!)

  3. htcdev has instructions on how to unlock the bootloader. You need to register first (for free). You can proceed from there and install whatever rom you like! I just found out this today!

  4. Yes, okay, alright. but HOW to root it?! I cannot find a damn root exploit for the thing! Would u let us know how you did it?!

  5. go to settings, manage aplications and delete DATA for the internet. Make sure to save your bookmarks either on your computer browser or a backup app (sms backup & restore for texts and BookmarkSB for bookmarks) and delete you MessageCS and Message data on the settings also. If you say you have not that many apps you should at least be able to get 15 megabytes freed up with that process. You need at least 5+ megabytes to listen to music and view pictures unfortunately. Hope that helps a bit.

  6. I am also having the space problem. I wish it has a bigger memory and a better camera. Otherwise, the phone is okay

  7. I got this phone annd its shit I don’t have one fucking app and I can’t listen to my music

  8. This is the kind of phone you HAVE to root if you’re going to actually use it.
    Well, of course, if you’re not planning on downloading ANY apps, it’s perfectly fine, yet slow.
    But if you want to use the phone as a smartphone, you gotta get rid of some garbage first.

    Yesterday I finally found a way to clear some space on the frigging thing.
    All I have to say: Root + CM7 + Titanium backup = a little less useless device! 😀

  9. Root it, get rid of sense, install a better ROM, get titanium backup (paid edition) and then delete all the crap you don’t need and convert user data to system data. That oughta make it last for a little while longer.

  10. And also, don’t buy the WFS unless you like to torture yourself…

    I have one. Took me weeks to get it rooted! Bought it in January, and YESTERDAY I finally found a way to clear some junk from the internal storage. It is what saved the f-ing thing from flying through the walls.

  11. same shit, different day….. same for me man :// i have this problem from the past summer, i’ve read 100+ articles and nothing works. So, sell the phone on e-bay and buy another one with internal storage with 8gb or more. What i’m planning is bying a Samsung Galaxy S Advance and keep things running smooth :”)

  12. thank u i didnt know having so many apps inthe home screen could cause this i couldnt get picture msgs at all i kept complaining abt space thxs so much

  13. I wouldn’t bother rooting it if i was you, i managed it with my Vodafone HTC Wildfire s and the only good things about was being able to uninstall anything on the phone, such as htc hub and other things you couldn’t get rid of so its a little faster, getting free paid apps and getting rid of any ads, but its sometimes buggy, and i couldn’t install another rom, it just crashed my phone every time i turned it on, so if i was you i wouldn’t bother trynna root it.

  14. It’s useless to install App2SD and defeats the purpose of “freeing space” as App2SD itself requires space and App2SD can only move apps that allow moving (which is exactly what one can do via the normal “Manage Applications” menu). I would have used App2SD if it can move every app regardless of whether they allow moving or not! Otherwise it’s just an useless marketing hype!

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