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    how can i increase device memory?

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    I have only 2mb left. I have gotten rid of unused languages. I know about lglg. I don't have any unused apps open. I have an sd card.
    I have about 25mb application memory, but no device memory for my bold. I just switched from my pearl and I have less stuff ob my bold then I did my pearl. How can I gain more device memory?
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    Have you got rid of any theme you hardly use? Done a battery pull? Got rid of old messages,emails and such? Deleted your content and pushed cashes in your browser?Doing that can free up a lot of memory some times.
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    go to messages hit the menu key>options>email reconciliation hit menu again and purge deleted items.

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    also when in messages click
    ALT + M clear out unwanted MMS messages
    ALT + S clear out unwanted SMS messages
    ALT + O clear out unwanted outgoing messages
    ALT + I clear out unwanted Incoming messages and calls

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    maxmem is a program to delete other stuff such as VAD, unwanted themes, BB test apps and other stuff as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrhorner71 View Post
    maxmem is a program to delete other stuff such as VAD, unwanted themes, BB test apps and other stuff as well
    I don't recommend using maxmem to delete vendor/dfault themes. Most have (as I) issues afterwards. VAD, PTT safe as is media.
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    true i forgot to mention that. good catch jf

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    Np. Easy to forget. I did it twice. Doh!
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    I did all if those things again with no luck. Still have no memory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lauren25 View Post
    I did all if those things again with no luck. Still have no memory.
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    are you talking about app memory or device memory?
    lighten up...life's too short

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    Device memory. I have quite a bit of application memory.
    ~Lauren

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    device memory is like an internal hard drive. i t stores stuff that you put on it.you will have to remove some stuff off of it to free up memory.set your device to mass storage mode and look at it through your pc. you can drag stuff out of it there.
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    I am having a problem doing that. I went to option>memory?mass storage mode support>YES>auto enable mass storage mode when connected> YES..

    when i plug it in to my computer it just shows my 3rd party apps though..
    ~Lauren

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    on you pc go to local C drive then look for your blackberry drives. you should see two...one for media card and one for device memory
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    Hmm, looking I don't see those two different file types. Could you be a bit more specific please on where to find these?
    ~Lauren

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