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My iPhone is now over capacity after updating to iOS 5 and there is like 14GB of "other"! Has this happened to anyone else and if so have you been able to fix it?
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I am having the same problem with my iPhone 3GS after installing ios5. Would love to know how to fix it!
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I actually had this problem too, even though I didn't actually have 14gb's worth of "other" stuff on my iphone4 prior to upgrading to iOS5. I removed all the content from my phone, installed everything again, and everything went back to normal. NoteL I didn't return the iPhone to factory settings, I just unchecked all the music/apps/photos that were suppose to get synced with my iPhone.

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I had to completely restore. I tried just unchecking but that didn't work. Took a few tries to restore, but when it finally did it was back to normal.
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