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In learning more and more about my bb, I came across:
Options>Security options>Memory clearing> and the toggle is on Disabled. Anyone know what this does? Should it be enabled? thanks.

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Probably memory cleaning, not clearing. What has been explained here on the forum in the past is that it is a security wipe. It overwrites unused memory with 1's and 0's, or something like that. It does not free up memory for applications. I don't know the official documentation.

ADDED: As far as I knew, I thought the memory cleaning option would only be revealed when content protection is enabled.
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Yes, it was "cleaning", thanks for the correction...that may be why I couldn't find it on Search. Nonetheless. one post suggested keeping it enabled. Any advice on that? I haven't seen it discussed much at all.
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Yes, it was "cleaning", thanks for the correction...that may be why I couldn't find it on Search. Nonetheless. one post suggested keeping it enabled. Any advice on that? I haven't seen it discussed much at all.
I don't really have an opinion. I have content protection, content compression and memory cleaning enabled. The protection and cleaning I enabled for no real good reason other than wow!-that's-cool-I'll-do-it-for-the-fun-of-it-and-see-what-happens. I enabled compression because it seems like a good idea. No downside as far as I'm concerned.
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