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Old 01-03-2010, 02:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How do I turn my BB Tour 9630 off at night? This will save me enormous memory on my PDA.

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To all - just found it in options. You can regulate when to turn your BB on and off day or night. Hope this is a great suggestion.
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How will this save enormous memory?
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If it saves memory, its inconsequential. Not an issue
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Huh?

How does this "save memory" on the device?

And not sure why you would turn the device off at night anyway. ??
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Saves battery, not memory.

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