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Old 08-13-2007, 11:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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can't seem to check out memory for individual apps, and total, used.

is there an app. that would give you a list of all app's and mem. cap
of internal, external, etc...

sorry if it's been asked/answered b4,
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Options > Advanced > Applications > Modules > Properties.

I don't know where you could get a simple one click list of all.
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jsanders

it does not tell you mem. cap

it tells you:

Descrition
Version
Vendor
Modules

and that's it

and yes i'm running latest .101 OS

seems like this Memory thing should be VERY SIMPLE and Standard in all Blackberries

i don't know if i'm close to filling up my PEARL with programs
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Oh, the memory capacity is very simple: Options > Status, will tell you your file available and file free.

I thought you wanted the individual applications size, which you can find where I directed you. It is there, as I just looked.
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when i got view properties it does not give me mem capacity for individual programs

unless i am missing something so simple,

here's what i'm clicking

Options (Wrench)
Advanced Options
Applications
Scroll Down to whichever app
Menu Key (left of scroll whell)
View Properties

and IT DOESN'T show mem. cap. at all

??? i'm confused how you see it
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Again, click to Modules to view the app size.
Options > Advanced > Applications > Modules > Properties.

I made it bigger, so you don't miss it this time.

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thanks Snaders

they really "bury" that info in there

i guess a simple application to list all your programs and it's memory is too much to ask for

i guess i was spoiled on the treo
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opps misspelled your name..sorry
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I am not sure where you see the individual application size. The pointer you gave does not give you the app size!!!

As for the total amount of memory and other info, you can hold the alt key and type the word "race"
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jay, follow the instructions very carefully,
Options > Advanced > Applications > click to Modules > click to view Properties..
It will list:
Name of Application
Type
Description
Version
Size
Created
Vendor
and more.

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I am not sure what version you are using but i definitely dont have the same info you are showing. I am using 4.2.1.110 which is the most recent version, and it is showing the follwing fields:
- Description
- version
- vendor
- copyright
- modules
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jay, i feel your pain, cuz i thought it was not there either, BUT IT IS, in .101 FOR SURE

ok follow me on this CAREFULLY:

CHOOSE OPTIONS
CHOOSE ADVANCED OPTIONS
CHOOSE APPLICATIONS
HIT THE MENU KEY (LEFT OF TRACKBALL)
SCROLL DOWN TO MODULES
CHOOSE MODULES
SCROLL DOWN TO WHICHEVER APPLICATION YOU WANT
HIT THE MENU KEY
CHOOSE VIEW PROPERTIES

you'll see the size there alond with other stuff

dont ask me why they make it so hard to find
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aafter you hit "APPLICATIONS"

DO NOT CHOOSE AN APP,

THIS IS WHERE YOU GO WRONG,

you must JUST hit MENU KEY, and SCROLL DOWN and CHOOSE "MODULES"
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Originally Posted by musiclee@verizon.net View Post
dont ask me why they make it so hard to find
Yea, it's a secret
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you are a genius ... this is where i went wrong, by hitting enter instead of choosing modules from the menu ... unbelievable how they made it hard to find. thanks alot
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As for the total amount of memory and other info, you can hold the alt key and type the word "race"
Hey that's cool - thanks, I didn't know that one
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