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Old 01-20-2008, 01:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know how much memory the Curve 8310, with AT&T, comes with?

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So when I click on DEVICE MEMORY and choose Properties, is it telling me how much memory I used or what I have left?
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is that the total memory before the required OS to make BB work?
since on my it said the total is ~54 Mb
free is about ~23MB
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is that the total memory before the required OS to make BB work?
Yes. The OS takes up part of the 64MB.
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So when I click on DEVICE MEMORY and choose Properties, is it telling me how much memory I used or what I have left?

Anyone? Bueller?
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Options-->Status-->File Free gives you available memory, after OS, installed applications, caches, buffers, stored stuff, etc. Options-->Status-->File Total gives you the amount of memory not used by the OS.
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Where is it that you are clicking on Device Memory?
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I guess I used a lot of Device memory. I have over 17 1/2 MB free out of the 52 that were on my phone. I calculated that by entering the File Free/File Total here: SpeedGuide.net :: Bits/Bytes Calculator.
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