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Old 07-04-2010, 05:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Application Loader - Bold 9650

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I have a Verizon Bold 9650. I have installed various apps, and the memory shows that I still have plenty of space left. I have also tried downloading apss here and there from places such as this forum and installing using the desktop manager loader function.

I have even installed a 16gig SD card and there is well over 14.8 gig in available space.

Unfortunately, when I go to use the Application Loader, on the Device applicaton selection screen, it shows a red "x" with a notation and says

"the device does not have enough space for your selections. Select fewer applications." My concern of course is that if I uncheck something that I want, it is the equivalent of asking the loader to remove that app/function. I can select "Back" but not "Next". It also tells me that Total space available is "0 KB". What do I need to do in order to load what I want.

This does not seem to be a limitation when going into the Blackberry App World (which appears to have a limited selection of apps).

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What is your free device memory? Cut and paste it here from options > status.

Re the card, you cannot install to and run applications from the microSD media card.
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