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    is there a 'freeram' like programs for these things?

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    hope this is the right place for this..

    I've heard alot about having to restart (remove battery) your device to clear the memory and old data every so often. I've noticed this same problem on my older phones as well.

    Just curious if java fix is possible, in the works, or mabey already exists somewhere?

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    Re: is there a 'freeram' like programs for these things?

    I will only do the above if I experience a problem with my BB. I believe turning it off each night clears out what I dont need.

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    Re: is there a 'freeram' like programs for these things?

    Quote Originally Posted by SonikAMD
    hope this is the right place for this..

    I've heard alot about having to restart (remove battery) your device to clear the memory and old data every so often. I've noticed this same problem on my older phones as well.

    Just curious if java fix is possible, in the works, or mabey already exists somewhere?
    you can hit alt lglg clears your log out seems to speed up a little after that.

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    Re: is there a 'freeram' like programs for these things?

    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~One way to clear memory of unwanted and unneeded junk is to clear your Event Log. Hold alt then push "lglg" (no quotes). This will pull up your Event Log. Then just click your trackwheel/ball and scroll down to Clear Log and click again. Since I have added a lot more apps and pictures and stuff to my device I have needed to do this more often, but its so easy and quick I usually do this every day or so now just to keep my memory as free as possible. Good luck. Hope this helps.

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    Re: is there a 'freeram' like programs for these things?

    Cool, thanks. I'll give the lglg trick a run and see if it keeps the hour glass away.

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    Re: is there a 'freeram' like programs for these things?

    awesome, this does speed the Berry up quite a bit.

    Thanks

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