I have the Bold 9000 but don't have a memory card inserted. As far as I know, I don't have too many programs running. But my Bold has acted up a few times telling me I'm running on low memory.As of now I have:
how do i find a list of everything taking up space on my blackberry. im talking about the on-board device memory and not the flash memory, i need more memory to update my OS, and also a list that i'll be able to delete stuff that i dont want
I have a question on the "Memory" usage in BB Bold 9000 that i own.When I install APPS from BB App World, it shows me memory bar and now it has reached to 10 MB FREE (IN RED - which obviously means it is too low.) Questions : 1) Does this mean that I wont be able to install more apps as those 10 MB will exhaust pretty soon? 2) Is there a way to install apps elsewhere if the above is true? I have a 8 GB MicroSD card installed. Would it work normally?
I buy bold 9000 few months a go from Dubai UAE market, i did not buy the network pattern together i am using my etisalat prepaid card. from begining i am missing someof icons like ( GPS, Memory card not showing also i con not go directly to memory card ) like nokia and other mobile shows etc could you please help me out to know whats problem in my phones.
I have a Bold 9000 with ATT. I have constant low app memory problems. It is almost always under 10MB, and alot of times it is around 1-2MB. Here is a list of apps listed on the "Switch Application" menu: BB App World, Gmail Plugin, Home Screen, Visual VM, BB Messenger, Phone, Messages, Browser. I don't think any of these are the problem. A list of my downloaded Apps are: Atlanta Braves, CBS Sports, Weatherbug, ESPN, AP News, Google Maps, Bible App, Where, CBS Radio, Scoremobile, Stitcher Radio, Facebook, and Poynt. I assume I could get rid of those. Do you think there is too much downloaded? Is there a way to get rid of some of the defaults pre loaded apps such as: MobiTV, Mobile Banking, My Cast Weather, Wikimobile? Could someone point me in the right direction here.
When I sync my BB to my Mac, it says that there is an update available for my BB, and when I try to update, it keeps saying not enough memory. I deleted all the apps, even the core apps, I wiped my device still no solution!
My application memory always comes down to 5-7 mb within a days usage(after hard re-boot, taking out battery stuff). I have only downloaded FB application and google maps. maps I use occassionaly while FB is always on. I have deleted all games but it doesnt help. Once application memory falls below 10mb handset slows down.
I have a Bold 9000 and trying to update it but don't have enough memory.So it says delete your languages, so I went to Set up, set up wizard and languages but cannot delete all of them.how to delete all of the languages I am not using to gain memory?
I have blackberry bold 9000 with os 18.104.22.1682 I only install 2 app in my blackberry but I have 4.3 mb app memory. I wanted to restart my blackberry after restart I got 10mb memory ???? Blackberry bold have 128mb memory but why only 10mb
I wanna know if their is any way of increasing the application memory on an at&t bold 9000. Its hardly 128 mb, and after installing the latest OS 5, I hardly have 15 mb left for apps.I can't even install some required OS upgrades of 35 mb cause of it. And after a few hours of usage the phone starts hanging and I have to do the battery pull thing.I have about 800 mb of my device memory free.
I have had my blackberry for a month now I have only download 3 apps and 2 I deleted but for some reason my application memory keeps getting smaller everyday without me really doing anything. Is there something going on that I don't know about.
I upgraded my OS to an official version 5 around 3 months ago and ever since I did that, my application memory seems to be really crap. Initially I had around 26-30mbs of application memory right after a Quickpull but now I only have around 2-4mb of app memory. It's really frustrating as using my usual apps such as Viigo, Facebook, Msn, Google Maps etc have become a pain and almost impossible to load. And I haven't installed any new applications in case you were wondering.
I have contemplated to downgrade my OS back to version 4 but was wondering if anyone here has encountered this problem and could offer any sort of solution.
was hoping I could live with this issue until 9700 hits the UK, but now seeing as its probably going to be 2011 before this happens, I need some help with my current 9000.It's on OS 22.214.171.1242 and has 12452390 bytes (is that about 12MB?) file free. The main problem is, the phone is barely saving a week's worth of phone calls/emails/texts and I really need them all to be saved for at least a month. I'm a guitar teacher and I check what the craic is with my sutdents by going to their text number and reading back on the message history. But now, a week later and everyone's text logs are blank. I remember for the longest time, I could go back to the first message I ever sent, and I must have had about 10 apps installed. Now I only have GMaps, Viigo, Facebook, Google Sync and IM+, what I would consider essential to my daily workflow. I've tried MaxMem to clear memory, and that's after using that swiss army knife thing to brick the device first to make sure I really cleared the memory. All the tweaks I've read on this site were done as well.This is starting to get pretty frustrating, don't want to see that low memory screen every day, begging me to delete apps!
My bold 9000 app memory always falls under 15mb! I only have the following apps installed: Socialscope FB Google maps Worldmate Live BB app world Bbm, ym, wl, gtalk Zonasnap Is there a way to free up memory apart from constant battery pulls?
I recently installed a couple of apps through "App World" and then decided I didn't really like then and deleted them. Before installation a battery pull would get me to 29.5MB after the install/delete a battery pull only gets me 27.0MB. So how do I get the missing memory back?
So when I go to memory under the options menu, it says under Device memory that "Device memory cannot be read. Try to repair or format." Consequently I cannot see my pictures, etc because of this. Is the way to format it just to wipe my phone?
I have a problem of size with the application memory on a BB Bold 9000. I have almost closed everything, and the memory goes beetween 0.0 ko and 3.1 Mo. This affect the calendar with the past automaticely erased. What can I do to recover the size of 100 Mo.
Signed up to the forum just for help resolving this issue. I'm currently running OS4.6, trying to update to OS5. I know that the 9000 application memory is SO limited that one has to remove all applications before attempting the update.
So here I am, a completely blank BB Bold, no applications, photos, texts, contacts, etc. I still receive the error message on BB DTM that says I need to remove another 3mb of data before I can continue with the update - but there is literally nothing else I can remove. I'm running DTM on a Mac - I hear that may be cause for some problems as well?
The memory for application of my blacberry bold 9000 is decreasing even i didn't download any new apps. I would like to know why. I've asked someone and he told me that maybe some kind of memory leakage. I wonder how can I know which app is spending the memory.
I am having trouble getting my laptop to recognize the device memory or sd card installed in my BB Bold 9000. It is recognized by BB Desktop mgr but not in my Windows explorer where all my drives are listed.
Hi, Guys, I just brought my bb bold...I realize I only got 128 mb to download my application only. But I have a 1GB internal Memory. How come I can't use the 1 GB internal Memory to dl Application instead of the 128mb? (Ps: is this the right Place to ask this question)
My blackberry is going at a snail's pace...no, make that an injured snail's pace! I am at a loss as to why. I have very few downloaded apps: one or two games and a couple of random apps. My actual harddrive space is fine (859MB total/846MB free), but it tells me I have 0.0kb of available application memory. However, I do not have ANYTHING running besides what always runs like "home screen" and "phone" and "browser"...you know, the stuff you can't remove from the Switch Application menu. And it will seem fine but when I do open a program, I get the hourglass every time I click something or scroll.
To give you an idea of how irritating this is, it took me over 20 seconds to unlock the keypad, and another 20-30 seconds before the hourglass went away and I could move my cursor (slowly) to the app I wanted to run. And heaven forbid I run 2 apps at once. Then I've had to wait over 5 minutes for hourglasses to go away. It wasn't always like this. I used to leave all my apps running. I never worried about whether I pressed the EndCall button or closed it from the menu. Could this be caused by one of my apps? If so, how do I find out which one? Ugh I'm so frustrated! If I needed to call 911, I would be dead before I got my keypad unlocked. I'm not exaggerating.
have a BB Bold 9000 which keeps slowing dwon every few days. On checking the application memory, it shows 1MB or 500kb. I was advised to do a battery pull which restores the app memory to 20MB. This again depletes in a few days to less than 1 MB slowing down the phone to a halt. Also recently, my phone screen has started going white and staying that way again requiring a batt pull.