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  1. #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by ealvnv View Post
    some others:
    calls blocker
    berry a code
    wheater eye
    any twitter apps but ubertwitter more than others

    i have berrywheater now and i have no mems leaks asociated with it, I think it deppends on the settings you have
    I also have berryweather and have no issues with it thank goodness since it cost a pretty penny.



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    Quote Originally Posted by bmtenney View Post
    I also have berryweather and have no issues with it thank goodness since it cost a pretty penny.
    berry weather on the bold is amazing, i use weather bug on strom still. i dont notice a whole lot of leaking from that though so idk

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    Weather bug was a hungry beast, as was first incarnation of Viigo.
    I've now dropped Weather bug and Viigo, and noticed an increase of memory.

    But with the replacement of Weather bug for Berry Weather, my memory stays the same (weird) as before it's install.:33:



  4. #12
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    Berryweather worked nice but I did have a bit of a memory leak with it. I found simple weather to work better with memory.

  5. #13
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    agree with many of the apps listed as being a potential memory drain.
    MeterBerry probably is not a major offender and removing it likely won't improve the situation much. I ran my device with MeterBerry being the only app "running in background". Here's the result.


    EDIT:THANKS NEO for the attachment advice!
    Last edited by toytooii; 08-06-2009 at 11:07 AM.



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    i dont think meterberry is the issue , i think its other things in the OS

    it seems like with every OS its either battery life , or memory thayt sucks , i rather have a better battery cuzz i can always do pulls to get memory back

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    Quote Originally Posted by toytooii View Post
    agree with many of the apps listed as being a potential memory drain.
    MeterBerry probably is not a major offender and removing it likely won't improve the situation much. I ran my device with MeterBerry being the only app "running in background". Here's the result (open attachment).

    EDIT:Sorry if you can't open the attachment. (off topic but if anyone can guide me here, I'd appreciate it)
    Don't know what I've done incorrectly or if it's a system issue.
    Anyway, it was a screenshot showing 41.4 MB while I slept - over a 6 to 7 hour period...no apparent memory drain.
    You aren't doing anything wrong...there is an issue with attachments.
    hopefully resolved when we get on the new server.
    or try this: http://www.blackberryos.com/forums/b...humbnails.html

  8. #16
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    wow chek out my list
    storm slider
    google maps
    facebook
    meter berry
    peekawho
    quick launch
    visual voice
    y-msgr
    maybe this is y i float rht around 25-28 mb.lol

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