09-15-08 04:04 PM
- Options->Status>(menu) Database Sizes but that only shows the stock files (no 3rd-party apps or their dbs).
The only way I know to get those is slow and painful via Options->Advanced Options->Applications->(menu) Modules->(menu) View Properties for each one. Remember that each app can have multiple modules, so it's "slow and painful".09-12-08 10:52 AM
- Reed McLayRetired ModeratorI have done some reseach into that, you can find the results posted in this thread.
http://forums.crackberry.com/f3/how-...-memory-34633/09-12-08 11:42 AM
- I have done some reseach into that, you can find the results posted in this thread.
I've looked through Options and everything else I could think of and haven't found anything yet. The Modules list gives you the size of Application and Library file types, but not data storage AFAIK. Other than deleting Viigo, rebooting, comparing the new free available and subtracting the app size, I can't think of a way to do it.
My thought is that people could easily subscribe to lots of RSS feeds each of which take up memory. If they rarely read some of them, they might be able to recover some simply by unsubscribing. Right now it's hard to tell how much those cost in terms of memory used.09-15-08 01:24 PM
- That's a useful tip. Of the ones listed, it looks like RMS Databases may contain the app data. According to this BTSC article, the RMS databases store "information about registered applications". I suppose that could be the data stored by Viigo, PocketExpress and others since nothing else looks likely. May not be a way to break that down into data size for each app.
In my case, the size of Ascendo DataVault listed there is much less than the binary itself, so it must be just the data. I'm guessing it's a separate line item since it's part of the sync conduit. Otherwise, DM apparently keeps data and binaries separate so App Loader shows the size of the binaries and Restore shows the size of the data files.09-15-08 04:04 PM
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