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My broser is running VERY SLOW for some reason and constantly has the "clock" ticking on it. Also, my trackball really lapses for some time when moving to different icons to access (Lags) and I would like to try and fix this problem. Any suggestions?
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Moved to a more appropriate section of the Forum.

Define slow. What are you comparing it with?

Could be a memory issue. Do you have a lot of apps loaded?

With the device on, do a battery pull and see if that helps.
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It is almost freezing for a while then catching up. The "clock" or hour glass makes me believe it is thinking, and it makes it impossible for me to do anything on the device until it stops thinking and decides what to do.

How do I clear out the memory a bit? I dont have many apps and the memory for applications is at 82.5 mb.
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Do a battery pull. Are all your video, ringtones and music on the sd card?

Read the FAQ. There is an article the General Device FAQs (near the top, I think) about how to free up memory.
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Has it ever been fast?
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