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  1. #57
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    Quote Originally Posted by snmemx View Post
    Is it worth it to get the paid version?

    Free Version:
    From the makers of AutoStandby and StormLock comes QuickPull, a FREE tool that frees memory quickly by simulating a "battery pull" soft reset.

    Unlike the red power button on your phone which merely reloads your device, QuickPull will actually refresh the device, freeing up memory and increasing performance!

    QuickPull is extremely easy and convenient to use. Compatible with all BlackBerry devices with OS 4.5+!


    Features:
    • FREE
    • Simulates a "battery pull" equivalent reset
    • Integrates with AutoStandby
    • Ability to schedule to run daily
    • *FIXED* IllegalArgumentException
    • *NEW* Automatically accepts reset dialog


    Minimum Requirements:
    • for OS 4.5,4.6
      • BlackBerry OS 4.5.0

    • for OS 4.7
      • BlackBerry OS 4.7.0




    for OS 4.5,4.6
    Display Dimensions
    240 x 260, 240 x 320, 320 x 240, 480 x 320, 480 x 360
    Operating System
    4.5, 4.6

    for OS 4.7
    Display Dimensions
    480 x 360
    Operating System
    4.7
    Paid Version:
    QuickPull™ Pro conveniently simulates a “battery pull” on your BlackBerry®, freeing up memory! Now with memory monitoring and advanced scheduling, QuickPull Pro uses "Smart Reboot" to free up memory, increase device performance, and enrich your overall BlackBerry® experience.

    Unlike the red power button on your phone which merely reloads your device, QuickPull will actually refresh the device, freeing up memory and increasing performance without losing your settings!

    Schedule to run a QuickPull at a certain time each DAY, or multiple times each WEEK with NEW convenient scheduling features to keep your memory and performance running at its best.

    You can even set a MEMORY threshold that will allow QuickPull™ Pro to alert you when your available memory drops too low. If the memory drops, memory monitoring will prompt you to run a QuickPull™.

    Because we here at Steelthorn™ Software love our customers - Free technical support and upgrades!

    Features:
    • Easy to use application, with simple set-up.
    • Simulates a "battery pull" to free memory and increase performance.
    • Advanced scheduling, run a QuickPull daily or on certain days each week.
    • Memory monitoring.
    • Set your own memory threshold.
    • Prompted automatic reboots if your memory is less than your set threshold, with the ability to cancel a reboot.
    • Scheduled QuickPulls will wait until phone calls are complete.
    • Receive automatic notifications on missed resets due to a locked or holstered device.
    • 5 second warning notice can cancel pending QuickPull runs to keep from interfering with other tasks.
    • New and enhanced, user-friendly interface.
    • Toggle schedule on or off without losing any settings.
    • Because we here at Steelthorn™ Software love our customers - Free technical support and upgrades!


    Minimum Requirements:
    • OS 4.5
    • To register products you will need your correct device PIN (this is different than your password).Your PIN number can be located on your phone by: 1. From the Home screen go to Options 2. Click Status 3. Copy your PIN
    • Please uninstall QuickPull prior to Installing QuickPull Pro. See directions in our FAQs Steelthorn Software Support


    Display Dimensions
    240 x 260, 240 x 320, 320 x 240, 480 x 320, 480 x 360
    Operating System
    4.2, 4.3, 4.5, 4.6, 4.7



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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonfyc View Post
    Wirelessly posted (storm 9530)



    Thanks for the assist Kris!

    No Problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by KristopherF View Post
    Free Version:Paid Version:
    For 99c, I'll support the "blackberry borg" and go w. the paid version. Thanks again!



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    Quote Originally Posted by snmemx View Post
    For 99c, I'll support the "blackberry borg" and go w. the paid version. Thanks again!

    yea i mean if you don't like it, it only cost .99 so not like it was a big loss lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by snmemx
    Is it worth it to get the paid version?
    Just get the free one. I'm sure there is
    A few more options with the paid one.
    But it will be bigger and if all you need
    It do is a timed pull or manual the free
    One does that. You will have to monitor
    Your memory through options until you get
    Through the 12 step program. If your
    Not having clocks or lag there is no reason
    To look at memory. I run the pull once a
    Day with heavy use and have no problems
    Memory usually settles around 18 mb



  6. #62
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    Quote Originally Posted by KristopherF View Post
    yea i mean if you don't like it, it only cost .99 so not like it was a big loss lol
    1/3 the cost of a cup of coffee

    Boy you weren't kidding about size...the file is tiny. I wasn't aware that meterberry was a memory drainer. I'm still getting the java error but I'll leave it alone for now and see how things settle.

    Thanks again to everyone for their help...BBOS is the best! :biggthumpup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by snmemx View Post
    1/3 the cost of a cup of coffee

    Boy you weren't kidding about size...the file is tiny. I wasn't aware that meterberry was a memory drainer. I'm still getting the java error but I'll leave it alone for now and see how things settle.

    Thanks again to everyone for their help...BBOS is the best! :biggthumpup:

    Your Welcome :-)

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    Wirelessly posted (storm 9530)

    Your welcome!
    Problem solved
    Close thread please

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