Feed back after .216 upgrade
Ok guys today my bold was ringing but the screen was blank...the number was not flashing and when I pressed the button to answer no response...so I tried pressing other button but the same thing
then as I was in the middle of my lunch after 5 min I was going to do a soft reset and when I pressed a button it was fine and the screen cam back on.
Any ways I soft set...
Any one have this issue
I was on .167 for 15 days and there was no issue at all with it
- CrackBerry Genius
01-28-2009, 03:36 AM #2
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Im on .216 and it is very stable. Never experienced any problems...
By the way, try a battery pull instead of a soft reset....
- CrackBerry User
01-28-2009, 05:59 AM #4
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My memory is inconsintent with the .216. After the battery pull the memory will close to 40 and suddenly after 1 or 2 hrs it will down to to the lowest at 26. At that time I'm only running the YM and FB...
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- CrackBerry Genius
01-28-2009, 06:44 AM #5
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But shut down FB and YM and you will see better memory management...im running 216 and my memory bottoms out at 38mb and never goes lower than that...if it does then shutting a few apps makes the memory go up rather than down.
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01-28-2009, 06:47 AM #6Tronyx's Important & Popular Blackberry Links (This one is worth the visit, Kids)
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ive had the phone for 11 days now, upgraded os to .247, unbranded using a different vsm, and, worst of all, i have broken the warranty seal because i blacked the bold out...
- 01-28-2009, 07:14 AM #7
I had signal stregnth fluxuations with .216. Didn't really have it on the device long enough to monitor memory. The .210 OS has been pretty stable. I don't know if I have any memory leaks per se; it may just be the apps I'm running (namely Viigo - I really wish there was less of a memory hog RSS reader worth its weight). But I've been pretty happy with .210.--
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- CrackBerry Abuser
01-28-2009, 08:26 AM #8
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There seems to be a lot of paranoia regarding memory leaks. Every app I use seems to be regarded as one of the most notorious for memory leaks. Someone else on the forum said this, if your phone is working fine, no clock popping up while trying to do simple stuff, then the amount of memory available is fine. Just stop looking at the amount of free memory you have and you will be much happier.
Ha the culprits is non other that the blackberry case the phone comes with... thats cause I use to keep my phone on the case the the magnet in the case would activate the sleep mode so the screen would not light up