thats true...forgot about that.
Originally Posted by MrTruckincowboy
Great Post... Thanks..
A question, can you safely remove any Operating system files to increase free memory?
If so million dollar question... which files.
as far as i know, and your post supports me, the "secure" nand thats limited in size contains the OS and the apps, which are loaded into RAM on boot. (i asume that before the security check), then the mentioned check, surely controlls that the info loaded matches the one on the secure nand, or something like that.
Originally Posted by Dave12308
rim COULD make insecure apps not meant for the enterprise "storable" on the large nand, and only load them to RAM when needed, but that would be really not blackberry, surelly slow to open apps, and.. blablabla :P
This is a great thread! I just read through it all and I feel smarter just reading it! I'm not being a smart ass at all. Reading through this helped to make some sense of some of the BB vs iphone diffs. Thanks!
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