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Old 08-21-2008, 07:37 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Better screen display drivers = more space
Wifi & GPS = more space
actual algorithms for a 3g device I imagine would also take up more space.
Higher resolution pictures = more space
RIM's secret spy software that keeps a tab on how much porn you look at on your BB = Pricesless ....

Wait... what? lol... Was that a VISA Commercial :S? It ended the same way, but all the rest? God I'm tired. it's 2:36 AM. Sept 8th for Vodafone (Spain). I can't wait. Goodnight.
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i dl 2.2 but it wouldnt open??
I just downloaded 2.2.3 to try it and it worked. In Help > About/Info it lists: Version: 2.2.3 (#2215)
Platform: Blackberry-9000_v4.2

Since I first looked at it, it has now pinpointed where I am and I can see me waving out of my back window

Hope this helps.
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Old 08-21-2008, 07:48 PM   #23 (permalink)
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link?

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Old 08-21-2008, 08:03 PM   #24 (permalink)
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link?

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From your phone:
Google Maps

Direct Link to app I downloaded:
http://www.google.com/gmm/apps/v2.2....jad?ver=v2.2.3

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Old 08-21-2008, 08:46 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Viigo,Live search,Google maps

WTH? I thought it came with one 1gb on board. Did they change the specs...Outraged!!!!!
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Old 08-21-2008, 10:17 PM   #27 (permalink)
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WTH? I thought it came with one 1gb on board. Did they change the specs...Outraged!!!!!
You should till have the 1Gb on your phone, the memory everyone is mentioning is whats left of the 128Mb Program memory



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Yes it works but it's within 1700 meters and isn't as accurate as Blackberry maps which is dead on.

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I don't think the program has got a GPS lock. Google Maps will show 1700m when it is only using Cell sites to figure out your location.
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Old 08-21-2008, 11:10 PM   #28 (permalink)
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41.2 mb.
Google Maps, RSA, Sametime.
Deleted unessary language files which cleaned it up. Mine came with all languages loaded.
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Old 08-22-2008, 03:29 AM   #29 (permalink)
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That's great! hehe. :D me wanty the BB Bold again!
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Old 08-22-2008, 05:10 AM   #30 (permalink)
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41.2 mb.
Google Maps, RSA, Sametime.
Deleted unessary language files which cleaned it up. Mine came with all languages loaded.
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How did you delete the languages? I've tried Application Loader in Desktop Manager but it doesn't show any of the standard BB modules - only the applications that I've installed. The old DM 4.5 used to show everything installed on the BB. DM 4.6 doesn't.

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my google maps works properly.

im in the process of removing all the languages also, it seems to come preloaded with almost every language known to man kind

atm, free mem with teh languages, is sitting at 22mb. exactly the same as my 8820.
viigo, beejive, todomatrix and gmaps.

edit - 41mb free now

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i guess thats better but 41mb still not that much.
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i cant see them in app loader.

how do you remove them?
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i cant see them in app loader.

how do you remove them?
Delete (or move) the vendor.xml in C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\AppLoader.
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just deleted all the media_loader files. dont notice any change on my device tho.
the backgrounds and stuff are still there.
but i now have 53mb free
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i cant see them in app loader.

how do you remove them?
I used the setup wizzrd to remove unneeded languages. After a battery pull, I've got 41 MB free. Only app I've installed is Windows Live messenger. There does seem to be a memory leak as the 41mb will reduced to about 25mb after a day of moderate use. Reboot and I'm back at 41 MB.
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thanks

didnt look there
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i cant see them in app loader.

how do you remove them?
Installed Handheld software 4.6 from provider. This will then give you the options to remove pre-installed apps.If you cant get your providers software locate anothers. Install. Rename vendor.xml and away you go.
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How did you delete the languages? I've tried Application Loader in Desktop Manager but it doesn't show any of the standard BB modules - only the applications that I've installed. The old DM 4.5 used to show everything installed on the BB. DM 4.6 doesn't.

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Installed Handheld software 4.6 from provider. This will then give you the options to remove pre-installed apps.If you cant get your providers software locate anothers. Install. Rename vendor.xml and away you go.
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