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Old 07-19-2012, 07:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I av 1gb in my microsd,still av abt 1193142 bytes on my fone memory,my b.b app world shows 128mb.but after downloadin jst a few apps 4rm b.b app world amountin lyk 5mb,my b.b world app is saying 0kb left.how do i free up my memory N it is possible to move my phone apps lyk bbm,twitter,yahoo,google talk,etc into my memory card.if yes,how?
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Old 07-19-2012, 07:14 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Unfortunately, that cannot be done.

BTW the 8830 came out almost 5+ years ago (2007), it may be time for an upgrade. No, newer models do not allow you to install apps on the mSDcard either.
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I av upgrading it,dat's it abt last last 2 month.
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Pls,how do i free up phone memory normally.
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Managing your BB Memory - Lost Call Logs and SMS

There are other links in that thread that will help you out.
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Checkout our FAQ for how to free up memory.
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And don't type in textspeak. I know you're from Nigeria, but that's not an excuse.
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