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When i got to download apps to the phone through Blackberry App world it shows that im running out of space really fast and i only have like 3 or 4 apps downloaded to the phone. When i go into the phones memory It says Application Memory Free Space 1.2MB, Device Memory Free Space 850.3MB, Media Card Free Space 1.8GB.... Is there any i can do to utilize other memory on the phone so i can download apps?
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You may be able to archive certain files to your media card but media is for media not apps. You will need to your device memory.

This link will help you free memory from your device.

http://www.blackberryforums.com/gene...ee-memory.html
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You may be able to archive certain files to your media card but media is for media not apps. You will need to your device memory
So it has to stay in the App memory?
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Unless there is a 3rd party app that addresses this, then it remains with device memory. See the link I posted above your last post. This is a different link.


How do I free up memory on my device? - BlackBerryFAQ


Do you pull your battery regulary?
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Unless there is a 3rd party app that addresses this, then it remains with device memory. See the link I posted above your last post. This is a different link.


How do I free up memory on my device? - BlackBerryFAQ


Do you pull your battery regulary?
Every now and then...
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Do you have many ringtone? I've realize that most off my ringtones, added by me were on the device memory. I put them on my media card instead.
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Do you have many ringtone? I've realize that most off my ringtones, added by me were on the device memory. I put them on my media card instead.
With newer phones this would not be an issue
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