02-18-13 08:22 AM
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  1. dark0ne_'s Avatar
    Hey Guys I have some verry strange issue with my fllash memmory....it increases to alomost 100 % and the unit is performing verry slow?
    I have recently reinstalled new hybrid OS as usual and I find this verry strange.I am considering whats app for it,but not sure?
    When i restart the phone my flash goes back to 58 % free and everything is just fine.What would be the problem?
    01-28-13 07:17 AM
  2. ojas541's Avatar
    your memory is 'leaking' what apps are you running what OS version?


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    01-28-13 07:54 AM
  3. dark0ne_'s Avatar
    OS version is 7.1 bundle 2247(v.7.1.0.807 platform 5.1.0.532)

    I am running the 5th usual apps and what's app last version. I have checked for silent running apps with PB task manager ,but nothing suspicious for me.
    After reset everything is just fine....strange...

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    01-28-13 08:20 AM
  4. ojas541's Avatar
    Whatsapp the only app? Also you might want to flash to the latest build of 7.1.0.825
    01-28-13 09:12 AM
  5. dark0ne_'s Avatar
    But this appeared recently and I don't know what is causing it.

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    01-28-13 09:37 AM
  6. ojas541's Avatar
    Which is why i said try flashing the latest build of 7.1 sometimes certain builds are bad at memory management. what about other apps? A while back i had a problem with whatsapp but that was over two years ago and on a 8520.
    01-28-13 10:30 AM
  7. dark0ne_'s Avatar
    I will wipe this **** tomorrow and I will see what happens

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    01-28-13 10:32 AM
  8. dark0ne_'s Avatar
    Well I got the *.825 base and the flash is ok for 2 days of use.

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    01-30-13 04:25 AM
  9. ojas541's Avatar
    told you!!
    01-30-13 07:28 AM
  10. dark0ne_'s Avatar
    told you!!
    Yes you told me,but the flash mem is now 70 % and increases slowly....you can guess what would happen after 2 days If I won't restart the unit.
    I accused what's app for this issue...it seems to be the most used app by me so far....

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    01-31-13 05:36 AM
  11. ojas541's Avatar
    then it most certainly is a app that is causing it you havent told me all the apps on the phone, is whatsapp the only one?

    I am on the latest OS, i HAVE shrunken it but my RAM usage isnt erratic like yours

    I have whatsapp Viber, Flash Light, Tunein, shazam, screen grabber and evernote and I dont have any leaks.

    if you are on the latest OS, then its an application prob, *might* be hardware(very rare). I hope someone else reading this thread can help you.

    have you taken it to a service center?

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900
    01-31-13 07:39 AM
  12. dark0ne_'s Avatar
    My apps are:
    What's app
    Shazam
    Tunein radio
    Viber
    FB messenger
    FB
    IM+
    Gogle maps
    Buzzoff
    Tapatalk
    Dictionary.com
    Wifi file transfer
    Dropbox
    Linkedin
    Gogle search
    Bloomberg
    Fake call
    Rock file manager
    File manager pro
    Resource monitor 1.0.0.35
    QR scanner pro

    That's all!Everything else are the native apps.I got the last BBM version.



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    02-07-13 04:47 AM
  13. antikorr's Avatar
    I have the same slow but frightening leak on my Bold 9900 running 7.1.0.825.

    And the apps I have are: WhatsApp, Dropbox, Rock File Manager, LinkedIn, Shazam. All the rest are native BB apps.
    02-07-13 05:20 AM
  14. PiotrJot's Avatar
    Of course 3rd party apps do not help to reduce the memory leak, however the worst case memory leak in my case is observed with the browser.
    I am also on .825, but happens with every OS I use.
    One of the attached screens show the memory state after restart, 7am. The other at quarter to 10pm.
    Attached Thumbnails My flash memmory increases to 98 % after 2 days of use?WTF?-munch_2013_02_05_070752.jpg   My flash memmory increases to 98 % after 2 days of use?WTF?-munch_2013_02_05_214437.jpg  
    02-07-13 05:42 AM
  15. dark0ne_'s Avatar
    So only restart is solution?Damm....

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    02-07-13 06:53 AM
  16. ojas541's Avatar
    Now either you keep restarting every now and then.

    Or figure out which app is causing the problem.

    I have a consistent 35% free memory thats what the device analyzer says.

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    02-07-13 09:23 AM
  17. ojas541's Avatar
    For some reason i feel its the file manager's fault but you will have to figure it out, by deleting apps and checking.

    Remove the apps that you dont use.

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    02-07-13 09:25 AM
  18. dark0ne_'s Avatar
    For some reason i feel its the file manager's fault but you will have to figure it out, by deleting apps and checking.

    Remove the apps that you dont use.

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    Dude you mean the Rock File Manager?

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    02-08-13 06:13 AM
  19. ojas541's Avatar
    Yeah you mentioned two file managers didnt you?

    but again you will to check one by one which app is causing the problem.

    Tried taking the phone to the service center yet?

    also turn on BBDA

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900
    02-09-13 08:34 AM
  20. dark0ne_'s Avatar
    Yeah you mentioned two file managers didnt you?

    but again you will to check one by one which app is causing the problem.

    Tried taking the phone to the service center yet?

    also turn on BBDA

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900
    What was the combination to turn BBDA on?

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    02-09-13 12:44 PM
  21. Legal Eagle's Avatar
    What was the combination to turn BBDA on?

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    Options>Device> Advanced System Settings

    Hold down ALT and type BBDA

    Exit Advance System Settings and then re enter it and Device Analyser will be in there for you.
    02-09-13 01:14 PM
  22. Jay Hopkins's Avatar
    i use "memory booster" off app world when my phone gets slow, much easier than doing a full reset, just push the button and clears a bunch of space. If i were you i would ditch fake call. Even on IOS and Droid platforms i've noticed those kinds of apps cause all kinds of internal conflicts and also eat up RAM like its starving. JMO.
    02-09-13 05:44 PM
  23. dark0ne_'s Avatar
    I use PB task manager to restart the unit. I suspect whatsapp for the great mem leak.

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    02-10-13 12:34 PM
  24. ojas541's Avatar
    go to options type with alt pressed bbda

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900
    02-11-13 11:58 AM
  25. ojas541's Avatar
    upgrade to the latest FW the mem leak is non-eexistent in .861

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900
    02-11-13 11:59 AM
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