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On the 4.2 OS, you have to change a setting or something to get the memory cleaning option. I found it somewhere on here long time ago. I am running 4.5 now so I have the option automatically.
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Correct. With 4.2 you had to go to Options>Security Options>General Settings and enable Content Protection. With 4.5, there is now a standalone app for Memory Cleaning which you can enable and disable within the app itself.
Originally Posted by TNgal22
azstar. yes I do have content protection enabled - but my address book is not included (if that makes any difference). I am running 4.5 OS on both BBs now, but I've been using the memory cleaner since I got my 8100 back on OS4.2 and through every upgrade with no problems.
I have to enable it after any reset. Any time my 8100 resets I have to go back into options and enable it again. I think content protection does have something to do with it. Not sure if I want content protection. Does that mean I have to have a password for when its locked?
Originally Posted by gritsinct
Password protection is a different setting than content protection (although they are both found in the same area under security). I've always had password protection and content protection (at strongest level) enabled with no problem so it seems like it must be a glitch with your phone.
I don't think there's a glitch, I think they don't have content protection enabled. If its not enabled then you have to go back and enable the memory cleaner after each reset.
Although that seems to be changed in 4.5 as reported by some posters.
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