Originally Posted by Motorcycle Mama
That's pretty low. Anytime you get at or below 12 000 000, you run the risk of having problems with the device. First do a battery pull with the device turned on and see if the number goes up. Then search for the threads that discuss how to free up memory on the device.
And moving the JAR to the device memory is not the way to install applications. Go back to the site from where you downloaded it and read their installation instructions.
Well I didn't get it from a site. I used MeBoyBuilder to create a jar and a jad. I put both onto my media card. I moved the files onto my device memory, clicked on the jar, then hit download. Now it will start downloading, but right before it finishes, it fails. It says
"907 Invalid JR output file: MeBoy.cod data section too large: 66828 bytes"
So if I free up space, should I be able to get it to work?
(I did a battery and now I have 6554735 Bytes)