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How to Clean Up An iPhone’s Storage For Cell Phone Monitoring Software How to Clean Up An iPhone’s Storage For Cell Phone Monitoring Software
It’s all too easy to stretch your iPhone’s storage capacity to its limits. Between apps, music, and cached data, a 12G phone can very... How to Clean Up An iPhone’s Storage For Cell Phone Monitoring Software

It’s all too easy to stretch your iPhone’s storage capacity to its limits. Between apps, music, and cached data, a 12G phone can very easily find itself with less than 2 gigabytes to spare in a matter of weeks. When you’re thinking about installing cell phone monitoring software on a phone, that can be a huge problem.

Luckily, that doesn’t necessarily have to be the case. Here’s a few simple things you can do right now to free up gigs of data within minutes. These life hacks will not only save your storage space but your sanity as well.

Delete Apps

No one likes deleting their favorite apps. But when possible, try to purge apps off of your phone. Even a seemingly benign app can eat through an incredible amount of storage space (and battery life). Got a game you don’t play anymore? Delete it.

Social media apps are some of the biggest data hoarders. While you may love Facebook, you can enjoy the same quality of content by simply opting to use the spy mobile site in Safari. Delete the Facebook app. You don’t need the main app to run Messenger or other connected apps- you can log into these with the mobile, browser version. You’ll probably clear up at least a gig or two alone just from deleting the Facebook app itself.

The Return of the King Trick

You’ve probably heard about this wildly popular trick that’s taking the Internet by storm. But if you haven’t already, here’s how to perform the Return of the Kingtrick. One thing to note: don’t do this trick if you have over 7.5 gigs to spare on your phone. The size of Return of the King’s file on iTunes is 7.59 gigs for the HD version and 3.12 gigs for standard definition.

Try downloading The Lord of the Ring: Return of the King onto the target phone. And don’t worry. You won’t actually have to buy or rent the film. But what should happen, if you don’t have enough space for downloading the file on your phone, is that you’ll receive a message that the file is too large. You may be prompted to visit settings. Do so and you’ll see that your phone suddenly has more storage available. In an attempt to make room for the movie, your phone will clear off junk files.

Photos

Photos take up a significant amount of data. Be careful about enabling Photo Sharing. When you join someone’s Photo Stream, you’ll automatically download any photos your friends, relatives, or so on share with the rest of the world. Don’t do it. You’re better off just checking on their photo updates on Facebook if you really wanted to see sixteen photos of your cousin’s daughter at the petting zoo (you really didn’t).

Messages and Emails

If you send photos and gifs to your loved ones over texts and emails or you have lots of texts from marketers and companies you keep up with, it may be worth deleting some of these texts and emails. Don’t worry, you’ll be able to uncover them again with text message tracking software. But you will be able to clean up hundreds of megabytes of data without a lot of effort. Delete everything but the most important texts. You’ll be able to recover anything you delete accidentally with cell phone monitoring software but don’t become a message hoarder. Not everything is worth saving.

With all this in mind you should find that you have a couple extra gigs to spare, just enough to install cell phone monitoring software successfully.

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Patrick Hinchy