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    Question Add Memory to your berry?

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    I'm having major memory leaks! I deleted what i dont NEED and cleared history, cache, alt+LGLG, cookies deleted, and most of themes.

    Is there a way to upgrade or add memory to blackberry? If not, they should. It would be nice for us that cant be on a computer all the time when they are out and about.

    Help!

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    sometimes it's just the device no matter how much you delete, take it back to the store and get them to replace it

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    Unfortunately there is no way to add memory to the BB. Other than what you are already doing, keep all media on a media card and if you search around the forums you can find out how to remove pre-loaded ringtones and pictures, voice activated dialing and more that can help free up even more memory.

    I see that you have the 8330.....it has much more memory than earlier models.......how low does your free memory get?
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    What a great opportunity for RIM. If they would add the functionality to use the SD card, or even a portion of it for storage, like the swap disk on a computer's hard drive, imagine the joy in the Blackberry community.

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    This is what I have on my Sprint 8330 Curve.
    Bytes - 44028004/Kilobyte - 42996.09766/Megabyte - 41.98838/Gigabyte - 0.041
    I found this site listed below which gives you the breakdown. Just put your numbers in and it will convert them for you.
    http://www.123marbella.net/en/free-b...alculator.html

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    That's pretty good. I only have 28460474 on mine from Sprint. When I do a reset it goes back to 34000000. I also wish RIM would have some program or a 3rd party program to be able to install all your programs on the MicroSD memory card. I don't have to many programs loaded up as of now.

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