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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackberryOS View Post
    Wow. How many upgrades has he done since he got the phone? The more upgrades you do (loading an OS ontop of another) will kill your memory as well. He should def wipe his berry clean with JL and then do a fresh install and he'll see high 50's easily.
    In not 100% sure, but when using apploader, doesnt it automatically wipe your phone?



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    i think it's a bit different buti might be wrong as well LOL

    Java wipes it clean with no OS at all so it's like starting BRAND new

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    Quote Originally Posted by pupp3t View Post
    In not 100% sure, but when using apploader, doesnt it automatically wipe your phone?
    yes, but i'm not sure to what extent it wipes.



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    How do I check what my memory leak is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dangell View Post
    How do I check what my memory leak is?
    the only measurement is what you notice.

    For example, if you have a full charge at 8:00am, and at 9:00am you have half a charge then you have a pretty significant leak.

    IMO if you can last a full work day or more without charging then your in good shape.

    Any worse than that, then start looking at what 3rd-party apps you have installed.

    You can experiment with the programs by installing them one at a time and checking out your battery level periodically through the day.



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    Quote Originally Posted by dangell View Post
    How do I check what my memory leak is?
    Another way is to remove all your 3rd. party apps add them back on one at a time and monitor you're memory every couple hours, i found on mine even with all the people wining about how bad weatherbug is it wasnt my problem mine was a bad theme that was constantly running off the app memory and it couldnt dump quick enough, i still have fluxuating memory issues but with a quickpull in the middle of the day i dont see it go under 10mb and i dont have a clock or transition issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gatewayad View Post
    Another way is to remove all your 3rd. party apps add them back on one at a time and monitor you're memory every couple hours, i found on mine even with all the people wining about how bad weatherbug is it wasnt my problem mine was a bad theme that was constantly running off the app memory and it couldnt dump quick enough, i still have fluxuating memory issues but with a quickpull in the middle of the day i dont see it go under 10mb and i dont have a clock or transition issue.
    Yup, Themes can be killers of free memory

  8. #24
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    so do you guys think my elecite Iberry theme could be the reason i see a drop off from 34mb to 10mb by end of the day? not being a smartass, seriously asking..

    im using 114h

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