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Old 04-13-2009, 09:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just wondering if there were any ill affects (battery drainage, sluggishness) of leaving the memory cleaner enabled on my 8330?
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What's a memory cleaner?
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You can see the memory cleaner in action if you go to tools/options -> security options -> memory cleaning
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Interesting! I don't have that on my device. But I imagine as long as the program isn't always on, it shouldn't affect your device too much.

Seems like you need to enable content protection: FAQ: Clear Up The Confusion About BlackBerry Memory Cleaner | BerryReview.com
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Alos you can do a quick search threw the forums, we have many threads going over the details of the memory cleaner
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