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Old 10-23-2011, 02:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hi, im kinda new here and i just wanted to say if i can get help with a few problem with my blackberry bold 9000.
sometimes when im on my BB an hourglass appears and stays there for a long time and i cant do anything else, resulting in battery pulls. This is getting more frequent and one of my friends said it was because my application memory was low and he was right. when checking it(option > memory> and it said i had only 320KB yes, KB and im sure that there must be a problem. i dont have any apps as i removed them all and the problem still persists. so i dont know whats wrong. please help me as soon as possible
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Make sure pictures and music are out of the application memory; even ringtones. The 9000 doesn't have much application memory.
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