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    Question MemoryUP vs Aeirze Optimizer 2008

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    Hi,

    I was wondering if anyone had any experience with both of these products and could recommend one over the other.

    I would also take recommendations for any other product which would be better. I have a Bold and run out of memory periodically and looking for something to keep it cleaned up.

    Thanks!

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    i have used memoryup and couldn't really tell if it did anything or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blueman View Post
    Hi,

    I was wondering if anyone had any experience with both of these products and could recommend one over the other.

    I would also take recommendations for any other product which would be better. I have a Bold and run out of memory periodically and looking for something to keep it cleaned up.

    Thanks!
    I couldent see anything different with memory up either
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    I have memoryup pro on my curve 8330 with 4.3 OS. I was having lots of memory leaks and hourglass all the time. This app can run in the background so you wouldn't know it was doing anything, except... I have no more lost memory or hourlassing. I think there is a trial version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catstide View Post
    i have used memoryup and couldn't really tell if it did anything or not.
    Yeah, the best way is take a battery pull
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    got memory up pro. Mind you, it's a RAM booster, i.e. frees Random Access Mem and not device mem ('file free..'). RAM boosting helps run apps with less hourglassing and smoothly. But to have more 'file free' you pull the battery if your device is non querty keyboard. If querty key board, you can reboot like a pc (ctrl+alt+del)
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    Quote Originally Posted by banglaberry View Post
    got memory up pro. Mind you, it's a RAM booster, i.e. frees Random Access Mem and not device mem ('file free..'). RAM boosting helps run apps with less hourglassing and smoothly. But to have more 'file free' you pull the battery if your device is non querty keyboard. If querty key board, you can reboot like a pc (ctrl+alt+del)
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    Do you know if Aerize Optimizer is also a RAM booster?

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    Quote Originally Posted by banglaberry View Post
    got memory up pro. Mind you, it's a RAM booster, i.e. frees Random Access Mem and not device mem ('file free..'). RAM boosting helps run apps with less hourglassing and smoothly. But to have more 'file free' you pull the battery if your device is non querty keyboard. If querty key board, you can reboot like a pc (ctrl+alt+del)
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    cool...i may put it back on.i just wasn't sure how it worked.i did notice that the app memory never increased with it so that makes sense.
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    I have Memory Up Pro on my curve and after I do a battery pull my device is fast but, faster after using my mem up pro. It does work! Granted it is meant to free up memory but if you are trying to maximize your phones speed and free mem get this!
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    I have both installed on my Bold and Aerize just seems like a dashboard to the builtin rim feature under options | security | memory cleaner
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    Does Aerize have the same type options that MemoryUp has, ei. Times to set it, view logs, etc.?
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    Quote Originally Posted by blueman View Post
    Do you know if Aerize Optimizer is also a RAM booster?
    Yes, and I would recommend MemoryUP Pro. I have used it extensively on different BB and Symbian devices. Have tried Aerize, but haven't found it to be better
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    To my dismay AGAIN! I am left with 0Kb free for application installations! MemoryUp Pro and Aerize Optimizer are both installed on my Bold/9000 and when I ran the MemoryUp, it freed approx. 45KB only! Then I went it ran the Aerize Optimizer, and it freed up approx. 256KB of memory only....

    I now have mysteriously have 3MB showing as available under Options | Memory | App memory free space

    The limitation of application memory and or persistent leaks draining this space is becoming unbearable!

    Any ideas fellow stackers???

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    How much mem does the bold have for apps? How much do you start with after reboot?
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    Quote Originally Posted by guruleenyc View Post
    To my dismay AGAIN! I am left with 0Kb free for application installations! MemoryUp Pro and Aerize Optimizer are both installed on my Bold/9000 and when I ran the MemoryUp, it freed approx. 45KB only! Then I went it ran the Aerize Optimizer, and it freed up approx. 256KB of memory only....

    I now have mysteriously have 3MB showing as available under Options | Memory | App memory free space

    The limitation of application memory and or persistent leaks draining this space is becoming unbearable!

    Any ideas fellow stackers???
    you have some memory eating apps installed. you need to delete some apps that you don't use. news apps and other apps that update themselves are usually a good place to look first.
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