It's weird. I'm getting an error message from iPhone 6 saying 0 bytes available, but it's of 16 GB and I don't really install many apps on it. The largest files are about a hundred pictures. Where did the storage exactly go? Can't believe it happened to me. Any suggestions for how to solve 0 bytes available on iPhone? I'd appreciate a lot if you could tell me how to get more bytes on iPhone without uninstalling apps or deleting pictures, videos, music or any other media files.
"0 bytes available on iPhone" sounds like a serious problem, and many people are wondering why. To be bad, it seems that there is no real reason, and the highest-rated answer goes to a very annoying bug called phantom usage. Make sure no pictures, videos of very large size were frequently received in your iMessage or other application.
Once the iPhone storage was eaten up by unknown sources, here you should take the initial measures as follows.
1. Clean out "recently deleted";
2. Clear photos in photo stream & iCloud;
3. Do a hard reboot.
If such a removal of everything you can delete is not working, you need some professional help right away. Use EaseUS MobiSaver to restore the phone through iTunes and setup as a new one. It's easy to operate with the following step-by-step guide.
Step 1. Launch EaseUS MobiSaver on your computer (Mac or PC), choose Recover from iTunes Backup.
Step 2. Select the iTunes backup you want to restore, click Scan
Step 3. After the scan, you can choose the specified file types and click the item to preview the detailed information. And then choose the data and files you want to restore. Finally, click Recover button to save them to your computer.
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