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Is there any way to set an application that I downloaded to save the data to the phone or SD card memory. I only have 15MB of free application space.

Also does anyone know how to save or download an application to the SD card or the device itself?
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You cannot install applications on a SD card.
They will install on the Application memory.
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can you recommend how to manage the fact that I only have 128MB of applicatin space, and at the most my device has 20MB free if I uninstall all the apps. It seems that I am going to run out of application memory once an app eats up that free space.

is this the case? if so how can RIM expect people to use any type of application?
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first thing, remove anything you dont need from the OS.
languages take up space, and for the most part, you're likely to never use many.
Also do the same for the games you dont use.
You can also remove the Help, memo pad, tasks, etc anything you dont actually use.
If you use google maps and not BB maps, remove BB maps.

This should give you another 20mb free depending on what you remove.

Remember to delete emails, sms, mms both sent and received that you dont need on your device.
Clear out the phone call log.
Clear out the browser cache.

move any pics/vids/docs onto the sd card.
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