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    Question Maximizing application memory & minimizing OS lags

    hi.
    i guess this is what we all look for... in all hybrids... in all OS versions...
    - stable performance (no lags)
    - super fast performance & optimized memory usage

    This seems to be the present scenario:
    - we all use few or many applications which take up some amount of application memory
    - applications running in the background or for a longer period seems to deplete application memory & battery faster
    - there's this huge event log.... which keeps track of all events

    Now... in order to match what we want with what we have... we need to come up with solutions...
    some of the "so called" solutions are:
    - logmaid
    - memory up
    - meterberry
    and so on....

    we need a single app that can do the following:
    - close idle apps (this will help to free a lot of memory) and help minimize apps running in the background
    - clears event logs after regular intervals
    - defragments & releases application memory
    - optimizes process queue/cache for optimal performance of OS and apps

    is there any such app available for blackberry storm??
    or is there any other alternative solution to this??



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    I've used meterberry and even bought memoryup pro. Neither of them are worth having on your phone, they just end up using more battery and memory. My phone has been on for 3 days straight without a QuickPull and my memory is sitting at 46.2 and that is with BerryWeather and AIM constantly open. I found that there really is no need to use apps that clean or try to clean at least your phone. Also for your event log you can either disable it or completely remove it from your phone using Shrink-a-OS...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rfirmi View Post
    I've used meterberry and even bought memoryup pro. Neither of them are worth having on your phone, they just end up using more battery and memory. My phone has been on for 3 days straight without a QuickPull and my memory is sitting at 46.2 and that is with BerryWeather and AIM constantly open. I found that there really is no need to use apps that clean or try to clean at least your phone. Also for your event log you can either disable it or completely remove it from your phone using Shrink-a-OS...
    I was reading some where about disableing the event log.. you can only actually 'hide' events. That means its still logging them just not showing it. You have to remove it from what i understand



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    Quote Originally Posted by jnepsa View Post
    I was reading some where about disableing the event log.. you can only actually 'hide' events. That means its still logging them just not showing it. You have to remove it from what i understand
    ahh ok, I found it on a old post I didn't know it only hid the events, in that case yeah removing the event logger using shrink-a-os is not a bad idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by rfirmi View Post
    ahh ok, I found it on a old post I didn't know it only hid the events, in that case yeah removing the event logger using shrink-a-os is not a bad idea
    Is there a way to remove it without having to re-install the OS?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Striker951 View Post
    Is there a way to remove it without having to re-install the OS?
    not really sure, I don't think

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    Quote Originally Posted by Striker951 View Post
    Is there a way to remove it without having to re-install the OS?
    Yes there is. Use ShrinkOS to remove the log viewer, then run DM. Run Application Loader and choose Update Software. It will remove the log event viewer files and keep the OS and your data intact. However, I would make sure to back up my data prior to doing this anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevealb View Post
    Yes there is. Use ShrinkOS to remove the log viewer, then run DM. Run Application Loader and choose Update Software. It will remove the log event viewer files and keep the OS and your data intact. However, I would make sure to back up my data prior to doing this anyway.
    great call, Steve! I'm doing this now.

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