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Old 08-07-2008, 12:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have the BB Curve and my provider is T Mobile. Within in the last month or so I have noticed my BBs internet be slow as hell. It was right around the time when my phone re set it self cause it was full capacity wise with memory.
Can any one help me with this?
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Old 08-07-2008, 12:17 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Look in Options >Status and post the "file free."
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That could be why you are running slow, you are low on memory again. Try and keep it about 10-12mb to be safe. Send your pics to your PC and get em off the device memory, or delete old emails and SMS messages, and do battery pull.
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really i dont save any text messages i have about 10 saved. and barley have any pics but ill do that. thanks!
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How many 3rd party apps do you have, and do you use them all?
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I have google maps & jive talk i used to have mlb.com but i erased it.

can you delete the voice dial cause i dont use that.
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i erased pics and still have 16118248 bytes
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You sure can. Follow this link
http://www.blackberryforums.com/gene...ax-memory.html

It is also in John Clark's signature
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16MB is a lot better than 8
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Not to make fun of Blackberry but why does these blackberry's remind of the first days of windows 3.1. I'm new to the Blackberry so maybe I am missing something.
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Wirelessly posted (BB 11020)

Okaaaaaay.....
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Ignorant question, I know, but how do I read this number? That is what does it mean? I see this on my device and don't know if my device memory is low or not.

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Ideally, you'd like to see more than 15,000,000 (roughly 15MB). When it gets lower than that, especially if its lower than that right after a battery pull, you could end up losing emails, call logs or text messages.
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