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Old 12-06-2009, 04:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My 8130 seems to bleed memory througout the day? If I do a battery pull in the morning I'll have a little over 7 megabytes but little by little it bleeds away until there's less than 1 Meg and it starts dragging ass. Any thoughts thanks
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Old 12-06-2009, 04:34 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Starting at 7mb is bad - a BB will start to slow down and misbehave below around 12mb. Make sure you have deleted all unneeded languages and programs and moved all pictures and music to a microSD card. That may help is drag less ass.
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I moved all my photos to the memory card powered down pulled the batt and restarted only 69XXXXX bytes?
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if you don't watch alot of videos or use doc's to go often, make sure to set your device memory limit under Media > Options to 5Mb. Also under this same area, set "Reservered Pictures Memory" to Omb. I usually operate fine with about 5-7Mb free as the norm.
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I would like to Permanantly delete some of the sprint apps and service books not even sure if that will help. Should I be deleting old emails and mesages? Looking for any tips also since I started this thread I can't even get it up to 7 megs only 69XXXXX
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Update the phone currently says 0 bytes
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If after a reboot it shows under 7mb, you still have something(s) unwanted on the device. Languages, pictures, videos, songs. There is something on there.
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you may wanna check out crackmem. search the forum for crackmem & u'll find threads with instructions. it will remove unwanted items from the OS before you install.
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