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    Removing factory ringers???

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    Hey does anybody know how I can remove the factory ringers that come with the .107 OS so that I have more internal memory????

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    Re: Removing factory ringers???

    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~how much internal memory do you have as of rite now? Do a reset first.

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    Re: Removing factory ringers???

    ive used all memory cleaning threads and only have about 22mb, ive seen and heard of people having anywhere from 25 to 40mb??

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    Re: Removing factory ringers???

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    Hey does anybody know how I can remove the factory ringers that come with the .107 OS so that I have more internal memory????
    You need to either download JL cmder and figure out how to use it or modify the alx file and delete the music bundle. both are at your own risk. i would advise if you do the second one to copy thye alx file in notepad and save it so if you need to you can go back. once you have modified the alx file run the application loader and it will remove the modules.

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    Re: Removing factory ringers???

    THX ill try it.. anything else you advised to remove or do to make more memory?

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    Re: Removing factory ringers???

    use this path to find the alx file C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\Shared\Loader Files


    you can also download osclean it will quickly remove some cod files for language and such to free up memory.

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    Re: Removing factory ringers???

    22mb is plenty!!!
    YOu can also get a microsd card and put all media into it.

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    Re: Removing factory ringers???

    ill ready have a 1gb but going to have to upgrade soon. only have 32mb left. I dont have any third party applications and want ot add some but im afraid that my 22mb isn't going to be enough

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    Re: Removing factory ringers???

    Quote Originally Posted by ruth
    22mb is plenty!!!
    YOu can also get a microsd card and put all media into it.
    Just like a pc the more you have on the device the better.

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    Re: Removing factory ringers???

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    ive used all memory cleaning threads and only have about 22mb, ive seen and heard of people having anywhere from 25 to 40mb??
    I have about 41 MB memory left on the phone and i have like 6 or 7 apps/themes on the phone.

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    Re: Removing factory ringers???

    Quote Originally Posted by JROCK
    Hey does anybody know how I can remove the factory ringers that come with the .107 OS so that I have more internal memory????
    JROCK, if you follow the instructions in the first post of this thread:
    http://blackberryforums.pinstack.com...ory_pearl.html

    you should be able to see a decent increase in your internal memory. You don't have to do them all. And as with all things like this backup your device first, take your time (trust me on this one) be patient.
    Last edited by braveandcrazy; 09-01-2007 at 10:38 PM.

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