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Old 03-30-2009, 07:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,

I was wondering if anyone had any experience with both of these products and could recommend one over the other.

I would also take recommendations for any other product which would be better. I have a Bold and run out of memory periodically and looking for something to keep it cleaned up.

Thanks!
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I will need to give MemoryUp a try. Aerize Optimizer seems to work well for me.
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Default Have used both

I've had both for some time and switched back and forth periodically. They both worked...about equally well. Then MemoryUp Pro version 3.0 was released and I upgraded.

Amazing improvement! MemoryUp Pro version 3.0 really, really works!
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I am using MemoryBooster and it works well for me. Didn't try MemoryUp because they sell it as subscription :( but I guess I will try the Aerize one...
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The only real improvemnt for Memory Up 3.0 appears to be for "Optimization on Memory Reclaiming Algorithm (MRA) for Symbian OS V9.5 and BlackBerry 4.7.0"

anybody see any differences for BB 4.5?
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