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Old 10-06-2011, 03:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm looking for a hybrid of OS6 that will help me get back some of the memory I've lost on my 9700. I'm currently running with 35-38 mb and its frustrating at times. I've removed all the apps and files that I don't need, still have the problem. Anyone recommend any good hybrids that will fix my leak? Thanks
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Perhaps try OS 5, linked at the top of the 9700 forum.
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I'm pretty sure OS5 isn't a hybrid OS6.......
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Default Re: hybrid os6 to reclaim memory for my 9700?

No, no hybrid OS versions. I've seen beta releases leaked but no "hybrid" versions. I suggested OS5 only as an alternative to OS6.
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Default Re: hybrid os6 to reclaim memory for my 9700?

Because OS5 is the OS that the 9700 was designed for. The 9700 doesn't have enough memory for OS6, so the 35-40mb remaining is about par for the course.
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Thanks NJ. thats all I was looking for.
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I use ny own hybrid os 6.
And get free memory 90MB++
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I use ny own hybrid os 6.
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