1. earthshaker78's Avatar
    Hi,

    Do you guys use this option... "Memory Cleaning" ?

    Is it worth the hassle? Or do you just save it as auto?

    Does it save much memory or is better more for security reason?

    Thanks
    11-30-08 07:18 PM
  2. berry me with it's Avatar
    Doesn't do much. If you're concerned about memory, handle it yourself with the memory opt in my signature.
    11-30-08 07:20 PM
  3. amazinglygraceless's Avatar
    I never use it as I found it really does not clear up any
    significant amount of memory.
    11-30-08 07:21 PM
  4. exelant's Avatar
    You get a much better return clearing your event log and clearing your browser's cache. It doesn't hurt to run it once in a while. If you set it to auto, it switches off everytime you reset your device.


    Clear the Event Log: Open the log (alt-lglg)> press menu key> select clear log.

    To clear cache, while in your browser> press menu key> select options> select cache operations> select clear content cache> press back

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    11-30-08 07:30 PM
  5. blackryn0's Avatar
    Your also better off doing a battery pull.

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    11-30-08 07:31 PM
  6. earthshaker78's Avatar
    You get a much better return clearing your event log and clearing your browser's cache. It doesn't hurt to run it once in a while. If you set it to auto, it switches off everytime you reset your device.


    Clear the Event Log: Open the log (alt-lglg)> press menu key> select clear log.

    To clear cache, while in your browser> press menu key> select options> select cache operations> select clear content cache> press back

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    I was going to set it auto.... but if it disables everytime i reset device...no point....

    Thanks for all theses great ideas!!! :-)
    11-30-08 07:34 PM
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