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Old 12-22-2009, 01:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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This morning I performed what seemed to be a successful wireless update of a replacement Verizon 8830 from .138 to .175.

One issue is now coming to light, I have no space for applications. The handset that the replaced was an 8830 running .175, and I had several additional applications installed. I now only have BB Messenger, Facebook, Google Maps, Google Sync, and SocialScope. All of these are the same versions as before, but I also had Google Talk and a couple others. I now get the message that there is insufficent disk space when I try to install another application. Desktop Manager indicates that there is still 8-10MB available, Status shows the same. Is there a setting somewhere that Verizon may have enabled or ratched down to require more disk space than Sprint would have in their version of .175?
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With the previous OS, had you removed any pieces of it? Like the pre-installed wallpapers, voice activated dialing, etc, that you didn't remove before upgrading this time (well, if wireless, then you can't remove them first, I guess).
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I have removed everything and more.

And I have also done several battery pulls.

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