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Old 07-29-2008, 09:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I don't know at what point the Blackberry starts to get flakey as applications get loaded on. That 64 meg seems to fill up quick. I have about 21meg free and I wanted to load Berry411 (I think its called), Iskoot and probably one more. I have Amaze GPS,RDM+,Xplayer, Google Maps on there now.
So my question is can I load everything on there or can I do this another way.
I make a couple difference backups with different applications that I would use. I mean I would divide them up say maps on back up one and XPlayer, ISkoot and others on Back up two. That way when I need one thing I load one back up when I need the other I load different back up. I realize how much of a hassle that would be but I just wonder how many applications others are using and how much free memory is left. BTW, I do have 2 gig card installed in the phone if that can be used to some advantage to all of this. Thank you for you comments.
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You could probably load those additional apps and use them easily as long as you do a battery pull reset every couple days to compensate. I run about 20-25 third party apps on my 8310, with about ~20MB free, dipping to 14 or so before a reseet.

You'll be fine. If you find you aren't so, dump an app you aren't using as much.

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