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Old 03-13-2011, 01:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So I bought a new 9780 and I have a 9000.

I am using the desktop manager feature 'Device Switch Wizard' everything is okay but when it is about to finish it gives me this error:


X WARNING

Warning: The requested application selections will leave your device with insufficient space for application data. It is recommended that you select fewer optional applications.

Do you wish to continue?

The only option it gives me is 'Cancel', I have moved my 4GB Micro SD Storage Device to the 9780 and my SIM Card is still within my 9000

Any Suggestions? Thanks!
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It's telling you that you need to have sufficient memory space available to move the application. Make sure the new BB has the room. If you do not allow the app to be installed it will simply be left off.
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Instead of using the Device Setup Wizard, I just used the backup file that I made from the 9000, plugged in the 9780 and Restored it using the backup file I made, and all the Data transferred to it, so I slapped in the SIM Card so the # would be registered to the device and so far so good.

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Ensure you have your pics, ringtones, music, etc, stored on the SD Card and not in the internal memory.
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