- CrackBerry Newbie
- 1 Posts
BB memory help!
So I plugged my bb into my computer and it said that something was damaged and needed to be repaired, so I let it do its thing and then all of my apps were deleted from the device and it seems like it just completely rebooted the system and wiped the device clean. I then reinstalled some, but not all of the apps I previously had on the device and now every couple of days it is saying that my app memory is almost full and I need to delete languages or apps. I have facebook, twitter, BB news, chase mobile banking, BB travel, BeWeather, Shazam, Picmix, and Advance OS & LED. most of these apps barely take up any space and I'm still getting errors all the time. Does anybody know what might be causing this or maybe there is hidden versions of my old apps that need to be deleted? Any help would be great. Thanks!
- 12-01-2012, 01:01 PM #2
the best thing to do would be to download the newest os from the forums (or a berrylicious hybrid os if youre confident with software) and install it to the pc then download bb boss os shrinker and check the languages and other items you dont need, shrink the os and then connecting the blackberry to the pc with a usb cable, download bbask (blackberry swiss army knife) open it up and wipe the operating system and then go to computer > c drive > program files > common files > research in motion and double click app loader and follow the steps to load the new os. after this is done you should have more space on your blackberry than before especially without the extra languages
do a fresh install of your apps from appworld one at a time so you can see if its a particular app causing the problem or the blackberry itself with the previous osBlackberry.. or The Artist formerly known as Research in Motion
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- CrackBerry Abuser
12-01-2012, 01:04 PM #3
- 252 Posts
Memory Usage Reported Low
Open the desktop manager on your computer with the phone connected. In the manager go to Device, and then Applications. After a minute or so all the apps will show. Remove the apps you do not need. It would be best to remove all the language packs you do not require before you remove any programs. The language packs take a lot of resource usage from the phone.
Jerry G.Jerry G.
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