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Old 02-20-2006, 07:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'd like to free up some memory on my BB 7250 - aside from deleting programs, what can I do to get more space? Are there log files that I can delete or something like that?
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On my 7105t, I hold the shift key down and type L G L G and bring up the log.
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Deleting some of your phone log helps too.

Messages - Alt + P = Phone Calls screen

Highlight a date, click the wheel and choose delete prior.
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I'd like to free up some memory on my BB 7250 - aside from deleting programs, what can I do to get more space? Are there log files that I can delete or something like that?
You can free up some memory by pressing Alt, Shift, Delete and resetting the unit. Check your status before and after to confirm that memory has been freed up.
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