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    Meterberry will actually eat memory... Are you losing the mb of memory over the whole day... Or right after it reboots? We need more info...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonfyc View Post
    Meterberry will actually eat memory... Are you losing the mb of memory over the whole day... Or right after it reboots? We need more info...
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    Running the standard OS that came with phone. I'm losing the mb of memory after i reboot it. I had 140.0 MB last week. Now I have 138.9

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    Try check with ie filescout on your BlackBerry for data 'fragments' of your deleted theme?!



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    Quote Originally Posted by OTG View Post
    Running the standard OS that came with phone. I'm losing the mb of memory after i reboot it. I had 140.0 MB last week. Now I have 138.9
    I have noticed a decrease over time as well. No new apps installed since I did a refresh a few weeks back either. Leaving the device alone, I'll have memory taken away. I/E: last week after a reboot I had 120 MB. A reboot over the weekend and I was down to 116. The only thing I can think of is my emails are taking up more and more space and not clearing out.
    If I wipe and reload, I'll be up around 140 before I Enterprise Activate. Then down to 137 afterward. Then over time, it just slowly creeps away. FWIW, I am running OOAK 464 hybrid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OTG View Post
    Running the standard OS that came with phone. I'm losing the mb of memory after i reboot it. I had 140.0 MB last week. Now I have 138.9
    Over how much time, do you lose that memory??? The second: Apps and Themes have memory leaks in them. Over time it will drop memory. There is nothing wrong with your device!

    For example: With, like, 30 or so apps, I reboot at 102mbs. After very heavy use and leaving apps running, I am down to about 99.8mbs by the end of the day.

    You could have the S1 and be losing about 20mbs like I used to.

    Side note: Meterberry has an option for you to reboot your device automatically each day for this reason. It's to recover the leaked memory.

    Again... There is nothing wrong with your device!
    Last edited by jasonfyc; 02-23-2010 at 10:32 PM.



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    Quote Originally Posted by 3rd Stng View Post
    I have noticed a decrease over time as well. No new apps installed since I did a refresh a few weeks back either. Leaving the device alone, I'll have memory taken away. I/E: last week after a reboot I had 120 MB. A reboot over the weekend and I was down to 116. The only thing I can think of is my emails are taking up more and more space and not clearing out.
    If I wipe and reload, I'll be up around 140 before I Enterprise Activate. Then down to 137 afterward. Then over time, it just slowly creeps away. FWIW, I am running OOAK 464 hybrid.
    Please see my explanation above.... :haha: :Eyecrazy:

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonfyc View Post
    Over how much time, do you lose that memory??? The second: Apps and Themes have memory leaks in them. Over time it will drop memory. There is nothing wrong with your device!

    For example: With, like, 30 or so apps, I reboot at 102mbs. After very heavy use and leaving apps running, I am down to about 99.8mbs by the end of the day.

    You could have the S1 and be losing about 20mbs like I used to.

    Side note: Meterberry has an option for you to reboot your device automatically each day for this reason. It's to recover the leaked memory.

    Again... There is nothing wrong with your device!
    I understand that part. But when I reboot I'm not regaining my memory back. It's gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OTG View Post
    I understand that part. But when I reboot I'm not regaining my memory back. It's gone.


    OK... Try this... Open your browser and click the blackberry button (the one with the little dots) Hit options> Hit Cache Operations! Clear everything! Then go through and clear all messages not of value to you, and then reset your device.
    Let me know what you have for memory then.

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