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Old 10-22-2007, 09:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Edited: Can someone with a new 8310 please post the "File free" bytes by looking in Options--->Status? I would like to know what is "normal" and what I should expect to get close to if I wipe my device and start over. Thanks.

I have an 8310 on AT&T BIS. It is brand new. I have already followed the memory FAQ and hard reset the device. And all caches/logs/saved or past messages have been deleted. My databases sizes are below, and I have just 8,091,471 bytes free. I have the following apps installed. The only thing I can think of is I have installed some apps, but them deleted them (all before the hard reset), such as efile/espell, which I installed/uninstalled about 3 times. Any help would be appreciated. I really don't want to wipe the device and reinstall 3rd party apps with all their settings again!

UPDATE: Did "Reset Google Maps" within that app, pulled the battery, and added over 2,000,000. I guess it had cached alot for me on my trip this weekend!

Apps

Beamberry
beyond411
Chronograph
Google Maps
Opera Mini 4 Beta
PocketDay
Smartview


Database Sizes

Total Size: 3033.6K

Address Book: 226/35.7K
Application Permissions: 54/4.0K
Attachment Data: 1/16.5K
AutoText: 33/2.4K
Browser Bookmarks: 14/3.2K
Browser Channels: 0/0.0K
Browser Data Cache: 9/141.7K
Browser Folders: 2/0.1K
Browser Messages: 0/0.0K
Browser Urls: 0/0.0K
Calendar: 1/0.3K
Categories: 4/0.2K
Content Store: 41/686.8K
Enterprise Configuration: 0/0.0K
Folders: 0/0.0K
Memos: 2/3.0K
Messages: 14/11.4K
MMS Messages: 0/0.0K
Phone Call Logs: 16/3.8K
PIN Messages: 0/0.0K
RMS Databases: 7/2109.8K
Saved Email Messages: 13/10.8K
Searches: 6/0.6K
SMS Messages: 1/0.2K
Tasks: 10/2.2K
WAP Push Messages: 0/0.0K
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Jeff, go back to the applications folder (options > advanced > applications) and click the menu key to MODULES. Now see if any of the programs you deleted have left behind and residual modules you don't need, the would be named the same as the app you previously deleted.

I don't see any large databases in your post, and not excessive applications. Heck, I have 4x that on mine.

Don't be afraid to do a battery pull about 1x/week.
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Thanks Jsanders. Did this. Nothing unusual. All appear to have RIM as the vendor unless they are known apps I have installed. UPDATE however. I had forgotten to go into Google Maps (by far most used app) and do a "Reset Google Maps". This took me up to 10,157,907, adding over 2,000,000 !!
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Jsanders. How much do you have free? What else can I do to diagnose and treat the memory hogs? Thanks.
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Different model and OS here... not apples to apples...

I have around 20mb free. It varies up and down. I need to delete a few excess apps also.

I don't have your thread in front of me, you said you did all the stuff in the FAQ (languages, moved pictures, videos and music to the SD card).

Give it a week now and let's see how your memory acts. Reboot in a day or two for safety and report back the memory free.
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Please post your new 8310 available memory and what apps you have installed. Thanks.
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