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Old 02-14-2007, 08:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 8700g with OS 4.1.0.351 Error Msg: Too many App Device

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I received the error message:

Too Many apps on device

on my 8700g with TMO and OS is 4.1.0.351 (CSL HK).

I wonder what the limitation is for the apps I can have on my 8700g?
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Old 02-15-2007, 10:43 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by plchan
I received the error message:

Too Many apps on device

on my 8700g with TMO and OS is 4.1.0.351 (CSL HK).

I wonder what the limitation is for the apps I can have on my 8700g?
I started getting the recently too. I have same number of apps as I have had for a while noe. I'm using 4.1.0.377 Cingular OS
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In fact, I don't have much programs on my BB. I wonder what's going on with that error message. I tried to install other programs and they work. I tried to install the Yahoo! To Go, and it failed (and showed the error msg as the one from the first post).
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Try not backing up the device during software updating. There should be an option to automatically back up data and apps, and one to not. You should still manually back up so you don't lose data though.

I used to get this and this fixed it for me.
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I had to delete some of the language inputs to free up the number of .cod file count.

I can run the Yahoo ToGo again.
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Clean out your call logs.... They can take up a massive amount of space!

Messages >> View Folder >> Phone Call Logs

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I only have 6 records in the call logs thou.
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