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Old 11-07-2010, 11:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I installed OS 6 few days ago and have problem everytime I'm about to open an application. It took more then 10 seconds to open an application and while I'm using an application it seems that something is loading. I keep having the loading circle for a few seconds. I tried to uninstall unnecessary application and did memory cleaning but it didn't solve my problem. I always close an application after I use it. I love OS 6 but if this keep happening I was thinking to downgrade to OS 5.

Can someone help me please, what should I do to solve my problem.
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Old 11-07-2010, 12:52 PM   #2 (permalink)
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yeah, your out of memory on your device.

post back with free memory count.
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yeah, your out of memory on your device.

post back with free memory count.
I have arround 50-70Mb free memory left when all application is closed. For the application storage I have 60Mb left.
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Old 11-07-2010, 01:19 PM   #4 (permalink)
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How are you verifying that?

And if oyu do have that much space free, its not a ROM issue, its a RAM issue. there is no easy way to check free / available ram unless you unlock the engineering screens.

is this for *all* applications or just some? does everything on the phone experience this slow down?
Just curious, was this a clean wipe or an upgrade for the os install?
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How are you verifying that?

And if oyu do have that much space free, its not a ROM issue, its a RAM issue. there is no easy way to check free / available ram unless you unlock the engineering screens.

is this for *all* applications or just some? does everything on the phone experience this slow down?
Just curious, was this a clean wipe or an upgrade for the os install?
Its happen on all application, everything on the phone is slowing down. It didn't happen on OS 5. I did an uprage not clean wipe, do suggest me to do the cleanwipe? Then reinstall the os? Should I also enable cleaning memory when idle? If yes is it ok to clean says every minute or 30 minute?

Thanks a lot for helping me.
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Old 11-08-2010, 01:13 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Just let the phone get used to the OS6.0. Its normal that the phone loads allot the first few times. It will self solve the problem for you. Do a battery pull and just use the phone let it load after a while it should not load that much anymore.

My phone did the same in the beginning when I loaded the OS6.0.

Btw I almost no free space on my bb ;) and it works great.

I have 37 mb free of application storage and around the 25 mb free of memory and it works perfectly.

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