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Old 12-11-2008, 05:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Most likely been asked prior, but is there a maximum number of 3rd party applications you can run per the 8310 device/per device memory/with 4gb SD card?

My 3rd party apps (all latest versions):
WorldMate Live
PeekaWho
Beyond411
Viigo
RepliGo
Opera Mini
Flipside
FakeCall
NotNow
Google Mobile
Appetite
GeoTip
Chronograph
Par 72 Golf
Mobile Bartender (Don't ask!)
TeleNav

Tonight, I'm going to install the latest OS and maximize memory based the thread I've read. (Rid PTT, unused modules, etc.) With 4.5.0.99, my memory leaks from 12 down to 6 bytes per day.

(I'm at work, so I'm typing this quickly!)

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Your media card has nothing to do with how many apps you can have on your device at one time. You are limited by your imagination, and your internal memory.
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