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Old 07-05-2010, 12:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Which is better friends? I have a Storm 2 coming and looking for feedback from Storm 2 owners of device and either of these. Thanks!

FYI - I have read the crackberry thread already (BBMem VS Meterberry - BlackBerry Forums at CrackBerry.com), looking for more real life feedback with the application opposed to how memory is displayed! Helpful post tho!
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Why bother with a memory app?

The 9550 has ample file free, well over 100 MB after the OS is installed.

Even on my 8830/8330 I never used one of those apps. Might want to save the few bucks you might save.
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Why bother with a memory app?

The 9550 has ample file free, well over 100 MB after the OS is installed.

Even on my 8830/8330 I never used one of those apps. Might want to save the few bucks you might save.
This is about device efficiency.

Anyone have experience with these apps that can chime in?
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I've used MeterBerry for about a year and half now, it's worth it to monitor your exact percentage of charge and device mem, as well to automate a reboot at a certain level.
MeterBerry does nothing for memory boosting, that's a gimmick from the other application.
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I've used MeterBerry for about a year and half now, it's worth it to monitor your exact percentage of charge and device mem, as well to automate a reboot at a certain level.
MeterBerry does nothing for memory boosting, that's a gimmick from the other application.
I know most of those other memory apps dont work but MeterBerry seems as thought it will be a good alternative. I own Quickpull Pro and had my fair share of problems when it was installed on my Storm 1. Not sure if things have been fixed, but I need something that can be more proactive for me. JSanders, have you or anyone) ever used BBMem though?
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