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  1. #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by rlervin
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    Quote Originally Posted by rlervin
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    Quote Originally Posted by olta777
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    It does slow down your lock/unlock time.
    That doesn't worry me cause I don't lock it. Memory leaks do!
    I know for a fact that I haven't experienced any memory leakage for my 8330.
    I am trying on my Storm. I will see how it does!
    Alright cool!



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    EDIT: Made it easier to read!

  3. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by rlervin View Post
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    That doesn't worry me cause I don't lock it. Memory leaks do!
    IMO memory cleaner does cause memory leaks. Any program that is always on in the background has the capability of doing so. Also, memory cleaner has also caused a significant decrease in performance on my phone. Those are my experiences but as we all know, no two Storms are created equal. Give it a shot and worse case scenario you can just disable it.



  4. #12
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    unfortunately I'm gonna have to agree with jl... Tripster being as you are using a curve, you probably aren't getting the same results as the storm users. Your carrying a lot more memory and don't have to penny pinch every kb, so it may not be as noticeable. Not to mention, memory management is overwhelmingly better. Imo your just following an unneeded process. Clearing your browser cache and messages is very helpful for everyone... :fing02:

  5. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonfyc View Post
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    unfortunately I'm gonna have to agree with jl... Tripster being as you are using a curve, you probably aren't getting the same results as the storm users. Your carrying a lot more memory and don't have to penny pinch every kb, so it may not be as noticeable. Not to mention, memory management is overwhelmingly better. Imo your just following an unneeded process. Clearing your browser cache and messages is very helpful for everyone... :fing02:
    I agree here Jason....Any bb device is different and may require slightly different pampering. What works for 8330, may not work for storm for example....or even what works for one storm, may not work for another I would encourage people to try out the steps and use the ones that optimize performance for their own device....this way everyone is happy



  6. #14
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    I'm gonna go ahead and post what I know about memory cleaner (which is admittedly not much, however I do want to point out a couple of things):

    Memory cleaning has absolutely NOTHING to do with application memory or device performance, aside from the fact that it is another program running that uses a small amount of memory and will use CPU cycles when it is running. Again, however, it has NOTHING to do with freeing up available memory or reclaiming memory that has leaked away.

    What memory cleaning IS, is it's a SECURITY feature. The ONLY thing memory cleaner does is it deletes the following:

    Address Book Cache
    Certificate Search
    Certificate Status Manager
    Clipboard
    Content Protection Cache
    Encrypted Messages
    Key Store
    PGP Key Search

    Again, this has everything to do with security, and NOTHING to do with performance or "free file memory" - it is simply to wipe away things that might be a security risk to keep around for too long. The average "consumer" BlackBerry user should probably NEVER enable it unless they regularly use copy/paste to type passwords, for instance. In this case, clearing the clipboard is useful.

    Alot of people seem to share in the misconception that memory cleaner works somewhat like the "Recover memory" function in Meterberry. This is simply not true.

  7. #15
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    IMHO Peak performance for 8330 is 5.0.0.230 wife loves it...

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