It's not .37 that's slow, its your device, try deleting stuff you don't need.... BlackBerry Curve forum
It's not .37 that's slow, its your device, try deleting stuff you don't need.
Working good for me...I suggest doing as others have noted and see what all you have on your device that may be slowing you down.
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Yep, that's correct after installing the 184.108.40.206 I had only 10MB free memory left. After deleting some themes and not needed stuff I hav now 20MB free and the BB runs as fast as before the update.
Has anyone with 37 had the problem of the device not remembering the icon positions so that every time I reboot I need to rearrange and rehide icons?
Yes. I found out this problem too.
Originally Posted by klgmd
I don't believe your device can remember that after upgrading your operating system since those items (hidden groups/folders/etc) were created with the old o/s system and theme.
The same thing happens when you change themes whereas it does not 'remember' or keep your icon formatting in the new theme.
Sorry, but I think you are simply going to have to redo your grouping/hiding. I had the same issue but just accepted as one of the side effects. On a lighter note, I am loving this o/s.
I don't think that's entirely true, if only when upgrading within the same numeric scheme, meaning a newer build of v4.2 for example.
Originally Posted by TheRiddler
I upgraded my Curve to the latest v4.2 release from Singapore and it remembered to hide all the icons I had previously hidden.
Originally Posted by RoGro
Hmmm, okay. Thanks for that. I was not aware of this. I simply made the assumption that it did that the same way it does when I have switched themes before. I do know that this happened when I upgraded o/s but I guess I don't have a valid explanation.
Could very well be that a jump from 4.2 to 4.5 would do that, though.
I did the DM invoked back-up, too which might explain why it remembered to hide those icons.
Sorry to hear your system is slow but can you check for me if auto dim can be turned off? After it's off put it in direct light and see if the screen wont dim up. thanks.
Originally Posted by alxwang
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