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Old 09-22-2010, 09:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Removing Voice Activated Dialing

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I've installed BBSak and have my Curve plugged in. In the list of COD files, these:



Are these the correct ones to delete so I can be rid of Voice Activated Dialing once and for all?

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Yes it is. I've removed them also. Never found it to perform too well, and freed up some memory.
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Well, I removed them, but didn't gain back a single megabyte of RAM.
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Really? I just removed 2 themes and VAD and TTY and password keeper and I got over 5mb back??
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Removing VAD is supposed to free up about 500kb.
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Well, I removed them, but didn't gain back a single megabyte of RAM.
If bbsak doesn't reboot your bb, you need to do a Alt-RightShift-Del and then you should notice the increase in mem.
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It did reboot it. I still only have about 18 MB free on bootup. I want to keep my OS 5 and BBM. Would removing TTY free up substantial RAM?
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It did reboot it. I still only have about 18 MB free on bootup. I want to keep my OS 5 and BBM. Would removing TTY free up substantial RAM?
I am pretty ruthless when it comes to removing things on my BB to free up memory. I remove VAD, TTY, Password Keeper, Tasks, Memo Pad, BBM photos/calendar/lists, extra themes are moved to the SD card. I also have used Word2Go to replace Memo Pad & Password Keeper. There are some others I delete also. I delete every email after reading it (I can always login to the email account on the internet if I need an old email). I also have a ton of apps on my 8330. I start with 25 MB and settle in around 20 MB by the end of the day.
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