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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Jerde View Post
    One thing to add, make sure that you don't remove the default theme of your phone, if there are multiple to choose from, leave at least one.
    Thanks Joe I forgot that but we complete eachothers




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    I've shrunk modifyed Operating systems for mostly geeky reasons, manually and latley using BBSAK. Recently I treid BB Boss and yes it does work, if you shrink your OS I recommend downloading ringtones to your media card this will free up space. I shrunk 534 on my 9780 to 137MB that's over 50MB extra you may find though that the speed of your device doesn't increase by any noticable amount. A good way to speed up your browser is to disable javascript. That makes a difference and your device hardly uses it, when you need it just reselect it

    If you want a lighter strppper try this. Google maxmem its a free little app that removes the unwanted stuff in your operating system, and does free up memory follow the instructions and reboot when you have completed all its selections (it will ask everytime you complete a section) then 3 battery pulls to settle it down and your done! Also maxmem will not touch any default themes etc you will gain typically 15/20MB and it won't do any real changes that can effect your devices performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alanjolin View Post
    I've shrunk modifyed Operating systems for mostly geeky reasons, manually and latley using BBSAK. Recently I treid BB Boss and yes it does work, if you shrink your OS I recommend downloading ringtones to your media card this will free up space. I shrunk 534 on my 9780 to 137MB that's over 50MB extra you may find though that the speed of your device doesn't increase by any noticable amount. A good way to speed up your browser is to disable javascript. That makes a difference and your device hardly uses it, when you need it just reselect it

    If you want a lighter strppper try this. Google maxmem its a free little app that removes the unwanted stuff in your operating system, and does free up memory follow the instructions and reboot when you have completed all its selections (it will ask everytime you complete a section) then 3 battery pulls to settle it down and your done! Also maxmem will not touch any default themes etc you will gain typically 15/20MB and it won't do any real changes that can effect your devices performance.

    Alan
    Really I Appreciate your reply ! I myself I'll Try Google Maxmem
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    In that case google berrycodermaxmem then download maxmem OTA directly to your device. Select the app, give it trusted status if it asks, then select each option in turn. When each option is finished, it will ask if you wish to reboot now or later, select later. Do this each time until you finish selecting the options, then give 3 battery pulls. When you do the battery pull, let your device boot up fully each time then battery pull again. When you have done that it should be all settled in, and you'll find an increase in application memory.

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    Hope all is well on your guyz end, i need a little tutorial on how to shrink the os, please assist, as mentioned above i barely have apps, abt 2 songs on my 2gb sd card, everytime i go online it gives me an error "not enough memory" or something of that said. please assist.



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    Quote Originally Posted by bornsuspect View Post
    Hope all is well on your guyz end, i need a little tutorial on how to shrink the os, please assist, as mentioned above i barely have apps, abt 2 songs on my 2gb sd card, everytime i go online it gives me an error "not enough memory" or something of that said. please assist.
    When you say 'go online' do you mean when you reboot your device?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bornsuspect View Post
    Hope all is well on your guyz end, i need a little tutorial on how to shrink the os, please assist, as mentioned above i barely have apps, abt 2 songs on my 2gb sd card, everytime i go online it gives me an error "not enough memory" or something of that said. please assist.
    The amount of data stored on your SD card, would not affect your device going online. Could you check clarify these points.

    How much Application memory have you got Free.

    Clear up any old/read Emails texts, and although its a basic thing clean up your browser memory, including pushed content and cookies.

    Ensure any photos/music etc are indeed stored on your SD card.

    The 9700 can run OS6, but OS6 has more data used to run it than OS5, so problems like this can occur. Ideally you would benefit from a simple app maxmem which you download directly with your devices Browser. Follow the instructions and you should free up around 15/20MB extra memory. The instructions can be found on viarious posts in this forum. Finally, first thing I would do after cleaning up old emails, memory is give your device a Battery pull.
    That can give you back some memory, and it will restart the devices OS clean.

    Alan
    Are you running facebook or similiar applications

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    I want to say something about it to lighten your operating system is to install only what you really need, so help you lighten the OS, another is, if you update your BB choose when you are going to drop, as the friend, just put the language you're using, and what applications you do not see is useful not ticked. You'll see that it improves a lot. Greetings

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