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Old 08-25-2008, 01:30 AM   #41 (permalink)
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Mine came with a free Sandisk 1Gb MicroSD chip, which is always a bonus

Application Memory
Free Space: 31.9MB

Device Memory
Total Space: 859.2MB
Free Space: 858.9MB

Media Card
Total Space: 964.4MB
Free Space: 964.0MB


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Old 08-25-2008, 02:55 AM   #42 (permalink)
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Yup. Because I was thinking how much extra free space would we actually have to install apps with only 128mb of ROM space, considering that it's double all BB's normal amount of ROM. But I knew that the new OS would be a monster taking over 70mb of the 128. Oh well Most people have a good amount of memory (this was going to decide if I were going to buy it, as now I am hesitant on installing too many apps for memory reason)
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Old 08-25-2008, 03:23 AM   #43 (permalink)
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Does anyone know how to free up any more Application Memory?
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BIG improvement on upgrading to 126 - now got 32 free
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Does anyone know how to free up any more Application Memory?
Have you removed the unused input languages? That saves a fair bit.
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Have you removed the unused input languages? That saves a fair bit.
Yeah, that's the first thing I did via Desktop Manager when upgrading the OS
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I removed Blackberry Messenger because I don't use it. It constantly runs in memory.

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I removed Blackberry Messenger because I don't use it. It constantly runs in memory.

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Im still left with 30.1Mb free after deleting Blackberry Messenger and the language files?
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Im still left with 30.1Mb free after deleting Blackberry Messenger and the language files?
is this after a battery pull? should be above 40, after language and bbm.

and what software are u running?
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is this after a battery pull? should be above 40, after language and bbm.

and what software are u running?
Just what I posted in post #41.. Do I have to battery pull? I just turned the phone off and on again..


Off-topic.. are you the same muck as on the whirlpool forums? ;)
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Old 08-26-2008, 03:17 AM   #51 (permalink)
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I did a battery pull and it's up to 42.1Mb free
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loooooooool how nice.
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Off-topic.. are you the same muck as on the whirlpool forums? ;)
yup
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Also another off-topic reply - what's the best thing to clean all the dust/dirt from the Bold's screen? I've tried those Pledge Dusters, cloths and the special kind of ones you get with glasses etc - but they seemed to scratch the face of my Pearl, or make the dust worth which I don't want to risk with the Bold. Any suggestions?
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