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    Default squeezing every last byte of internal memory

    Lately I've been wondering why the 9310's been acting funny and why more space has been taken up as I had only ~40MBs of free memory. And I realized that I've been running a few of the device analyzer programs (battery, wifi, network connectivity) since I activated it. So, I stopped the tests and I eliminated +10MBs worth of data logging, on the other hand I freed up +10MBs of internal space!

    Hopefully that gives enough free memory to run the 9310 worry-free.
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    I went in desktop manager when I first got mine and deleted the apps I know I would never use as well as the additional languages and my 9310 stays around 110mb of internal memory. That's with other apps I have installed as well.
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    Ya, same here. I've owned many blackberries over the years and done the usual of removing extra languages, carrier bloatware, etc.

    In this case, the data logging took up some free space. As always with RIM providing cool features packaged with their smartphones.
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    I use BBH Tool to remove things I don't use.
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    Cool, thx. I'll look into it
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    I did the same thing and now i have so much extra memory
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    also there is the advance os with led that has an auto cleaning feature that you can set to sweep up. I have it set for every 30 mins.
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    Thanks for posting - the 9310 is much faster than the other BB I replaced that no ram and kept freezing . Where do i find where the the extra languages are to delete?
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    Agreed, the 9310 replaced my laggy 9670...you can use the desktop software » applications to make adjustments to add/remove
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    Spamuback: Use BBH Tool to delete extra languages. I would also suggest shrinking the OS to have more application space.
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