How to get Memory Cleaner back...
...or is there an actual useful Memory Cleaning app out there? I had Memory Cleaner and then after switching OS's back and forth and all sorts of messing around its gone.
Is Memory Cleaner even worth having and should I worry about it?
- CrackBerry Abuser
11-11-10, 07:33 PM #4
- 108 Posts
just curious... what is the purpose of the mem cleaner?
looks like it would wipe all the info save for apps to where I would need to re-log in when I load up the program... true? or no...
every time I log in here, I learn something new about my phone and setting it up... Thanks.
- 11-11-10, 07:34 PM #5
About memory cleaning - BlackBerry Storm2 9520/9550 Smartphones - User Guide - BlackBerry Storm2 Series - 5.0
Not very useful or necessary for most users probably. Those who would use it, your BES administrator probably forces it anyways...
- 11-11-10, 07:54 PM #6
My Torch is my first Blackberry, so I'm completely a newbee on them... but I'm pretty computer savey.
I know what a memory defrag does for my computer memory and speed.
I downloaded the Free Program "Memoryup Pro". I'm happy with it. When I do the "quick boost" and it tells me 170,000 bytes have been recovered, maby it's just me...but I really think I can see the small increase in speed.
- 11-11-10, 07:55 PM #7
All it does is call the java garbage collection, which the OS calls anyways.
Freeing memory isn't going to increase speed at all unless you were really, really low on memory when you did it. Especially 170kb, will not net you enough room to do much of anything...
- 11-11-10, 08:15 PM #8
- 11-11-10, 08:56 PM #9
I hear ya guys. How bout this?
I like "playin with it", and I like instantly seein my total memory, free memory, and used memory percentages. I guess It's a "computer" thing for me.
What do you think of another free program I have. "Kisses". An anti-malware program. I run it every 4-5 days. It has never found anything yet, but then, I'm not THAT much of an addict....YET.
- 11-11-10, 09:00 PM #10
Pretty much pointless on a BB.
1) To do much harm the app would have to be signed... So it would be a signed malware... which would be kinda stupid to do.
2) You'd have to install the malware.
3) It asks you to confirm every time it accesses core system functions anyways.
- 11-11-10, 09:07 PM #12
- 11-11-10, 09:17 PM #13
As for Berry weather....I've just got the weather channel app. All the info instantly when I click on the app...and when I click on the Map....Instant Live doppler of...in my case, Central Florida.
- 11-11-10, 09:56 PM #14
Your torch as a built in memory cleaner. You find it under "advanced security settings". It cleans the memory and caches out automatically and you can choose when it does this. I doubt any aftermarket cleaner would benefit the phone.
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