1. patrick.waugh's Avatar
    Wondering when I fill my BB with apps, but still have plenty of room on my memory card if I'm going to run into a problem because of things like contacts, email, etc. residing only in device memory.

    In other words, does that stuff take advantage of a memory card, or is the memory card only really for media files?

    Patrick
    03-15-08 03:06 AM
  2. sunkast's Avatar
    You can't install apps or put contacts on a media card.
    03-15-08 03:09 AM
  3. patrick.waugh's Avatar
    What about other data like Calendar data, etc.? Is it all the same, only uses device memory?

    If so, then I guess I might have to keep some free, haha.

    Patrick
    03-15-08 04:26 AM
  4. Cyba Cowboy's Avatar
    All your applications and PIM (personal information management - calendar/contacts/messaging/to-do) data resides in the internal/built-in memory; by default, all your multimedia files reside on your memory card, unless you don't have a memory card or you manually choose to store content in the internal/built-in memory... If your memory card is full, your device may override this and store content to the internal/built-in memory instead (my memory card has not yet been that full though, so I'm only guessing here).

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    03-15-08 05:13 AM
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