OK, you are completely sure that your new iPad Air / Retina iPad mini or Apple tablet of older gens i.e. iPad 2 / iPad 3 / iPad 4 is properly equipped and 128/64/32/16 gigs of "memory" (yes, yes, do not be confused, as this huge storage is a part of iOS virtual memory that behaves like directly addressable RAM) are just enough to keep you favorites photos. You sync it with one of photo's folder on your computer and Ops… "…there is not enough memory available… " -message strikes you. This is because iTunes is a bit buggy thing and sometimes does not recognize properly the space available on both your computer and tablet. What becomes a fact here is that iPad actually does sync one of the files, but stops responding before it gets to the next one. Don't panic, change can come quickly and easily. Following is a sequence for Apple tablet:
- Tap OK-button on error-pop-over.
- Keep taping the sync button until all of the photos have transferred.
Are you happy? Think not quite if you have tons of shots. If your problem related with PC/MAC but not with Apple tablet , the following trick can be helpful if error message you got is pertaining to "not enough free space" issue on your PC or MAC:
- Go into folder that keeps your shots on PC/MAC.
- Delete iPod Photo Cache folder.
- Hit once more the sync button on iTunes.
Some memory errors you can encounter on iPad are due to "virtual memory leakage". For example, Safari can have up to nine tabs open and if all of them are full with content it consumes your RAM. When Safari is closed the content still occupies a portion of the RAM. So when you encounter the memory error on iPad, try to clear Safari:
- Go to Settings.
- Tap Safari.
- Tap one by one Clear History, Clear Cookies, Clear Cache.
To avoid iPad memory errors keep your eyes on any memory avid app installed on your gadget. Fiddling with tablet may encourage you to unveil 50+ secrets that can help you maintain iPad.