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Old 06-04-2008, 03:16 PM   #21 (permalink)
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well today no yesterday mildly much much more than today

i restarted in the morning and just jumped back up to 19.0 btw
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Old 06-04-2008, 03:18 PM   #22 (permalink)
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There was a RIM article on use of the application switcher and memory issues. I thought they'd fixed it in OS 4.3 but maybe not. I rarely use it.
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well i wont use it and ill update you, technically if have 19 i should never need to reboot right.

if so can this be fixed via os 4.5
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Possibly. Not sure. I quit using application switcher long ago.
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right now at 18.5

also i found this

have you heard of it..does it work..could it be the fix all!


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i have a link to download OTA free but i dunno how good it is

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ok i think i may have a fix..if you have dimension zen enable create a folder and i think when u access it and go back it free's up memeory so when u put ur apps in it u will need to access it and back comes ur memeory i had about 18.4 all day like this although i must say i switched themes a few times and it dropeed to 16.4 but while i had just zen it was fine also dont use app switcher
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Not sure if the folders are helping/hurting memory. It likely has more to do with application switcher.
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i have to report mr clark that i had to restart cuz i must have had a leak i dropped from 17 randomly to 16 n then to 15 so i knew it was aleak cuz it was like in 30 min


any idaes should i just reinsall the OS

can anything trigger a leak?
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Messages on BlackBerry smartphone are deleted due to low memory

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Doc ID : KB13814
Last Modified : 2008-03-07
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Environment
BlackBerry® Device Software 4.2.2
SDR131839


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Problem
Email messages, personal identification number (PIN) messages and Short Message Service (SMS) messages are deleted due to low memory on the BlackBerry smartphone.



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Cause
Summary of Causes
This issue may be caused by the following:

The Application Switcher on the BlackBerry smartphone is setting itself as a system listener and is not being removed.
Switching between two applications on the BlackBerry smartphone using ALT+ESC approximately 25 times will cause a memory leak. From this point on, switching applications on the BlackBerry smartphone will cause an hourglass to appear for an extended period of time, which causes a large decrease in memory on the BlackBerry smartphone.


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Resolution
This is a previously reported issue that has been escalated internally to our development team. No resolution time frame is currently available.



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Workaround
Perform a hard reset on the BlackBerry smartphone. For instructions, see KB02141.



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Old 06-04-2008, 08:01 PM   #30 (permalink)
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i see but if i didnt use the app launcher and it all of a sudden started sucking down my memory whats that mean?

i hate to reboot mr. clark

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