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    Re: bb curve sooo slow

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    Re: bb curve sooo slow

    Quote Originally Posted by wallyn
    It should show up in the applications folder
    Doooh, I just notice the new trashcan icon there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EricaJ1073
    set up your memory cleaner in Security settings?
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    Nice tip Erica, I did not know This One.
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    Re: bb curve sooo slow

    Quote Originally Posted by EricaJ1073
    Go to Options>Security Options>General Settings>Enable Password.
    Go to Enable Content Protection. Click Save.
    Enter and verify password when prompted. Exit to Home Screen.
    Go back to Options>Security Options>Memory Cleaning>Show Icon On Home Screen. Change to Yes.
    I did this, but I do not have the memory cleaning option within the security options. What am I doing wrong? I would love to have this ability on my curve.

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    Re: bb curve sooo slow

    after entering the password you have to exit all the way to the Icon screen using esc. key not the red phone key I did that the first time and the Memory Cleaning didn't show up until I exited properly

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtx
    try this too:
    http://blackberryforums.pinstack.com...up_mobile.html
    I use it and it definitely makes a difference.
    good tip with the themes flash24
    I'm convinced this is a total scam (been discussed in other forums).

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    Re: bb curve sooo slow

    Hey del. What exactly is the esc key on the curve? I have been trying different things but it still isn't working.

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    Re: bb curve sooo slow

    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~^^its the key to the right of the ball (curved arrow)

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    Quote Originally Posted by vas729
    I did this, but I do not have the memory cleaning option within the security options. What am I doing wrong? I would love to have this ability on my curve.
    i followed the exact directions ur giving and still not working. advise?
    ciao...ginah!!!

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    Re: bb curve sooo slow

    Quote Originally Posted by ginahla
    i followed the exact directions ur giving and still not working. advise?
    after entering password hit esc button twice (curved arrow next to trackball) then Go back to Options>Security Options>Memory Cleaning>Show Icon On Home Screen. Change to Yes. then the Icon should show up in the Applications screen, or in the Memory Cleaning screen hit Menu>Clean Now

    Note: the Memory Cleaning option disappears again if you disable your Password and Content Protection

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    Re: bb curve sooo slow

    I must be missing something somewhere because I have tried this numerous times, and still cannot get it to work. I would really like to though. My curve has become very slow over the past couple of days. A battery pull helps a little, but it still isnt running as fast as when I first had it.

    Any more assistance?

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    Re: bb curve sooo slow

    vas - what OS are you running on your curve? you may need an OS upgrade, there have been a few OS updates released since the curve first came out...

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    Re: bb curve sooo slow

    4.2.2.89 is what I have running right now. Where would I find info on an update? I am still quite a bb noob.

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    Re: bb curve sooo slow

    Anyone have any advice on how to get this to work? I would rather not have to do a wipe of my curve.

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    Re: bb curve sooo slow

    1. Clear the logs (alt+lglg) like Erica suggested

    2. Upgrade your handheld O/S from 4.2.0.89 to 4.2.2.186 (the current, I believe). .186 fixes some things and should be the preferred O/S at this point.

    3. Run through set up, remove unneeded languages. (reports to speed up device).
    ..a. From handheld: (navigate to)
    ..b. Home, BlackBerry Setup, Setup Wizard, (follow prompts), on pg 2 of 12, select only English (United States), page 4 of 12, select only English and English (United States) - remove all other languages when prompted. confirm to Reboot handheld when prompted (reboots on its own).

    4. Remove unneeded themes or don't install additional themes either.

    5. Remove Push To Talk (PTT) using either the .alx file method or use Javaloader (I prefer using Javaloader). PTT continuously runs in the background consuming resources and makes UI sluggish feeling when I initally tested the device.
    ..a. Installation of Javaloader http://www.blackberryforums.com/gene...-jl_cmder.html
    ..b. Pinstack information about using Javaloader to remove PTT http://www.blackberryforums.com/gene...rid-ptt-2.html
    ..c. Procedure I used:
    ....1. run install.cmd from the archive
    ....2. open Command Prompt to C:\Program Files\jl_cmder\
    javaloader -usb erase -f KnJCDE.cod
    javaloader -usb erase -f net_rim_bb_phone_ptt_app.cod
    6. Stop storing lots of pictures, ringtones, songs, etc to the device memory. Stop installing 3rd party programs, and/or leaving apps running the background.

    7. If the above fail to alleviate the symptoms, do a "Delete Prior" on whatever messages you have the most of:
    ..a. your phone logs (Messages, then alt+p to view)
    ..b. your sms messages (Messages, then atl+s to view)
    ..c. your email (Messages)

    Doing a "Delete Prior" on your email doesn't remove the messages from the server as a "Safety feature". So you are OK. It simply frees up memory on your device.
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