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Old 06-12-2008, 08:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I see there is a memory manager available, maybe more than one.

Recommended? If so, which one?

What are these programs doing by the way? Pushing apps and databases over to the flash card?

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There are a few things around, hardly any of them even worth mentioning by name.

Most Blackberry apps reside and operate in the flash memory of the device, which is largely controlled by the Blackberry OS. Many of the calls to the OS are unavailable to 3rd party developers.

Others may have different opinions, but I've never tested any of them that actually do anything.
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