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    Question Any way to track how much bandwidth?

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    Most devices have some way of seeing how much you uploaded & downloaded totally, last session, or at least over the last certain number of days.

    Is it possible to get such information on a BlackBerry (I have an 8320 running v4.5 but I bet the answer will apply to other units as well)? It's an essential when you are roaming abroad.

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    Search PS/Google for "MiniMoni" Should help ya out man...

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    Can someone please delete the duplicates? They were posted by accident.

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    Look in jerry d's mini tracker http://blackberryforums.pinstack.com...n_tracker.html

    It has the app that was mentioned in the previous post. I use signalloc it tracks data too. You can find it on that link too. Plus tons of other stuff. There is also a app by myboxtone (I think that is the delovepor) that does this too. Good luck!

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    I tried MiniMoni before & it doesn't track everything. It doesn't even discriminate between WiFi & GSM data, and it also logs nothing when I use Google Maps (one of my biggest data hogs on a BB). Not to mention it is outdated now. SignalLoc is not tracking how much I'm consuming, I notice. There isn't even a field for that. :-(

    Anything else?

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    Hey adam sorry for some reason I thought signalloc tracked data too. I could of swore I saw a option there before. But when I checked wasn't there. But give my box tone insight a try. Here is the link

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    Let me try that again
    http://my.boxtone.com/insight/

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    Quote Originally Posted by gixxerjoe View Post
    Let me try that again
    http://my.boxtone.com/insight/

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    OK. I tried this out & it only shows how many packets were sent & received; not bytes or KB or whatnot. This application is not likely to help me determine how much data I have used whilst roaming.

    Anything else I can try? Out of what I use, BIS e-mails are covered by T-Mobile's int'l e-mail add-on. Opera Mini & BeeJive have ways of tracking bandwidth usage, though BeeJive only tracks it in the current session (Opera Mini shows total & current running session's bandwidth usage). Google Maps shows how much was used in the current session. Only thing I use that doesn't have a way to show how much I used is the BB native browser. Also, none of the figures from the applications I use that show how much is consumed take overhead into consideration.

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