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Old 03-09-2009, 05:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Thumbs up maxmem try it!!!!!!

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from berryreview just stambeld with it great app Free up to 5MB of memory. MaxMem clean up your BlackBerry from unused applications, themes, and files that come preinstalled. Enjoy more memory and slightly faster speed. FREE!
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Platform: All BlackBerry Handheld
Operating System: 4.2 And Above
Version: 0.4
License: Freeware
Developer: BerryCoder

OTA: http://berrycoder.com/maxmem.jad
Feature:
MaxMem free up BlackBerry memory by deleting unused COD files that are preinstalled from the BlackBerry operating system. Currently, there are 9 remove modules in the newest MaxMem release, version 0.3.
Up to 5MB of free memory can be realized after running MaxMem.
Pop up approval notice for every COD file that will be deleted.
Remove VAD (Voice Activated Dialing) - Usually activated by pressing the default assigned left convenience key. Make call by using voice recognition. The About item in the Option will also be deleted because it is located inside the VAD. BlackBerry OS and build can still be seen by pressing ALT+SHIFT(left)+H together on the keypad.
Remove PTT (Push To Talk) - PTT is available on AT&T network only (As far as we know) and is preinstalled in AT&T BlackBerry device. So, if you are going to use the device on other networks, you can delete this feature to save more space.
Remove T-Mo Fives - Normally found on T-Mobile device. The feature is usually consisting of icons, etc.
Remove MDS (Mobile Data Service) - MDS is only used by BES user to push data from their BES enabled server. Delete this if you are on BIS network.
Remove Media - Delete media like default wallpapers, music, and videos.
Remove Default Themes - This module removes vendor themes except Dimension Zen. Note: some custom-made themes depend on vendor themes to work so don't use this option if you like to install custom-made themes.
Remove TID - (Experimental) Delete linguistic data used by SureType, SpellCheck, etc.
Remove Foreign Resources - (Experimental) Delete language translation.
Remove RIM Internal Tools - Remove quincy, bug report, battery log, etc. RIM Internal Tools usually comes in package with beta operating system that RIM used to monitor the OS performance remotely. Delete this if you are not officially approved to use the beta OS.

User Guide:
Install MaxMem from http://berrycoder.com/maxmem.jad.
Back up BlackBerry device using desktop manager.
Set your current theme to Dimension Zen. The purpose is to avoid any error if the current theme is accidentally deleted. Dimension Zen canít be deleted by MaxMem.
Run the MaxMem application (Mammoth icon).
Click on the remove module that you want to use. Make sure you read the definition above for each module.
Question 1 is about data base back up. Answer yes only if you have already backed up your device or you know what you are doing.
Question 2 is about disclaimer. Answer yes if you agree.
Question 3 will be asked for each cod file that MaxMem will delete.
Restart after you are done.

Note:
COD files that are deleted by MaxMem can be restored by running application loader from desktop manager but you do need to install BlackBerry Handheld OS first in your computer.

Disclaimer:
BerryCoder hold no responsibility for any damage to the handheld due to the use of Maxmem.
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Old 03-09-2009, 05:46 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Long post Whew....!

Regardless of the features, I hope anyone you uses this still does their own manual backup.
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Old 03-09-2009, 05:55 AM   #3 (permalink)
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backup offcourse!!!!!!!!!!!!
i attached zip file of cod/alx for desktop download
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This is a great little app and easy to use. Safely deleted unwanted system files from my pearl.

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Old 03-17-2009, 10:56 AM   #5 (permalink)
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And yes - backup!!
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Old 03-17-2009, 11:10 AM   #6 (permalink)
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thanks! cool little app. didn't help me much since I dieted my OS before install.
But keepin' it handy for when I update again.
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Old 03-17-2009, 02:41 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Wirelessly posted

Hmmm .... Seems I've fallen foul of the "no suretype" result of using this app
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Hmmm .... Seems I've fallen foul of the "no suretype" result of using this app.

Use with caution!
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I've download and install the maxmem for my Bold with OS 247. cannot delete the media, ringtones (the samples, preloaded) anybody could help ? thanks. hasan
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too much trouble for too little gain
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is it mean that there should be much more than the instructions given ? thanks
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yes, little gain lots of trouble, but that depends, thanks , well done.
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Wirelessly posted (My Bold)

I've been using it for years with no problems. I delete everything but the "ringtones" and I believe it is called "linguistics" which deals with spellcheck and suretype. I got a bunch of free mem on my phone... 44.31 MB free after 6 days w/o any reset
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This has got to be of the most bonehead things I did with my BB. I did a backup using DM5 (a useless backup program if you ask me) then I ran this program getting rid of stuff I didn't think I needed. Well now I only have 2 themes and can't add more. Also BBbrowser doesn't work, says something about books. All this to save 10,000,000 bytes? Restore did not work, my BB is still messed up. I am afraid I will have to wipe the BB and start over. Very disappointed arrggg this is worse than Vista when it first came out.
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I fixed it, I went to uscellular.blackberry.com and resent the books, and since I just upgraded the OS to .138 I went back and ran loader again and installed everything back. Now my BB is working great, and all I lost was my calender appointments. Now I can't sync with outlook, but other than that it is near perfect again.
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i tried it and had to reinstall OS...I like CrackMem, does it before it gets to your bb.
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downloaded Maxmem on to the lap top, tried to download it to the BB via DTM error "not compatible"??
any suggestions
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Question Any app similar?

Trying to find same type of app. But want one to give better instructions for my idiot self! Just something to remove unused device modules on my desperate Pearl 8130. Patience on my Pearl is running very low. Thx for any input!
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