Phew another one, guess its bye bye to my old and in with the new
Well! Stripped out all the junk I don't use, and now a very Slim 146MB. And no uncaught exceptions etc (480 had 2) after my surgary on it. A good Build
Now in order to strip out the junk and make the MB lower significally.. What exactly would I do? I now have the time to do so, but when I tried slimming it prior, it did not remove MB and actually increased it. [I know I did something wrong. lol] So any links to a proper tutorial or any quick info here, more than appreciated.
Well firstly this will not make your device noticably faster, it did on older models but on 9780 it isn't really needed. I just do it for errrr geeky reasons.
First download OTA www.berrycoder/maxmem.jad. This little app when you use it, takes out VAD and themes and other items just follow instructions and reboot when you have finished all the selections as instructed. It will after every operation ask if you want to reboot, select reboot later then do it at the end (saves time). You will find it will give another 5-8MB. Wanna go further ok connect device to BSAK and select menu where you can remove Cods etc. Then select read system, it will show you all the cod files on your device you can delete medialoader files without causing harm, preloaded wallpapers are there as Backgrounds. Some deletion of cods will cause the device to reboot. Do not delete the Cod Blackberry 6 theme it is the default theme. You can take out certain functions Help,memo,Tasks but I don't bother as long as you just. Take out medialoader files medialoader toolkit also, that's all quite safe. Remember back up apps and data first just in case! If you did screw it up just reload OS. But if you just play with the. Medialoader files all should be well. As I said you will massively increase your app memory by about 40MB but it won't operate noticablely any faster. When you finish battery pull and your finished
Hope this is helpful
Well I know it wont make it noticeably faster, but wanting my device to not be performing at its peak with the memory at all times, is definitely a must. Plus at 212 MB, it is a major difference to a 140 MB load, so although not "noticeable", it will give some sort of gain. Definitely going to be doing this again, matter of fact, right now. :] Thank you again for the response.