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How to Take Photos with iPhone when Out-of-memory Error

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Athryn Mitchell

Mobile phone analyst, Editor-in-Chief of TransPhone. Find more on her Fackbook or Google+.

It is extremely annoying to get the note saying "iPhone Out-of-memory error" when taking photos of a fantastic show, joyful birthday party, exciting graduation ceremony, sweet wedding, and so on. Have you encountered this frustrated thing? I did! Although the iPhone 6 Plus/6/5s/5c/5 has 16, 64, 128 GB storage and above, it gets full since there are tons of files stored in the device since more and more data generates day by day when you use the phone. Now, the post is telling a free and simple way to help you solve this problem – to take photos with iPhone in out-of-memory error.

Step 1. Go to Settings
To start with, go to "Settings" > "General" > "Usage in your iPhone".
Go to Settings
Step 2. Check Storage of iPhone
You can check the storage in this page. For example, 3.0 GB of storage is used and 9.0 GB is available. Click "Manage Storage". You can check more details of the storage occupied of every app. And can manually manage the storage.
Check Storage of iPhone
Step 3. Clear Data in iPhone
You can select a specific app to uninstall. Tap the item and hit "Deleted App". Then you will get the note asking you to confirm to delete or not. Select "Delete App". The application will be deleted including the app data. Otherwise, you can selectively some of the files in your iPhone, for instance, songs, movies, and photos.
Clear Data in iPhone
Easy, isn't it? In addition, there is a one-click eraser called iOS Data Eraser for you to clear storage in iPhone. With the clear iPhone, you can enjoy the photography time with your iPhone camera!

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