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  1. rickzmond's Avatar
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    Default 9700 6.0.0.344 Memory Leaks possible solution

    I need a new thread since nobody find this out yet. And i need everyone's opinion on this solution.

    I thought that i solved my memory leak problem. Found out that after every battery pull, the universal search will say "indexing.. ". Logically indexing means lots of memory will be used.

    I went to the universal search bar and select "search option". Disable all the search (youtube, emails, etc etc etc) except "contacts" and "homescreen".

    and now my memory seems quite stable (30 minutes since i batt pull and it stays on 86MB)

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    Well, i just aware that we could actually see which application consume cpu / memory.

    Options > Device > Application Management

    Swipe left or right in the application management.

    Blackberry messenger and Blackberry System Software did consume most application memory in my case.

    Click on "Blackberry system software" and swipe down to the modules. click on the modules and we could also see how many cpu/memory usage each modules uses.
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    Am I the only one who dose not have a memory leak??? I also have a lightning bolt while charging on the A/C charger........ Guess I'm one of the lucky ones no problems at all.
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    Well you're lucky. My memory get down to 0.5MB after 6 hours of usage. I tried to delete all third party app and it still consume the memory sooo fast.

    One and half hour after I disabled the indexing, my memory stays at 86 - 90 MB.

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    I followed your suggestion about an hour ago. I booted at 112MB, and after heavy use, it is hanging at 109MB.

    I will edit this post if anything changes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rick9700 View Post
    Am I the only one who dose not have a memory leak??? I also have a lightning bolt while charging on the A/C charger........ Guess I'm one of the lucky ones no problems at all.
    the lightning bold issue doesn't come from charging with the A/C charger, it's an issue when using the charging pod. I've been having the memory leaks as well. I'm going to disable the search options as suggested by the OP and see if that helps. I'll report my findings.
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    No memory leak. No problem with charging icon. Hmmm... I wonder what I did wrong...

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    I'm thinking it has something to do with BBM, for example. I looked @ MeterBerry, had 70MB free, went on BBM and tried to view a display pic, it started freezing and the clock came up for about 30 seconds (that's been happening a lot with this build for me) went back to MeterBerry and I'm down to 65 in a matter of minutes.

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    good suggestion... booted 73.5MB after a hour 70.5MB free.
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    After 8 hours, I got 43MB free, I browsed using 3 tabs anyway

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    This does not work for me, still have memory leak, even after deleting social feeds, I redownloaded all my apps except paypal, captureit and the cb launcher, but I don't think any of those would be the cause.

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    on a fres install, I have abut 95 MB but that is soon down to around 88MB after some apps installation.

    I generally dont have much problem but the memory leaks applies on me. After about 1 day of usage, it goes down to around 44MB but not something that will cause any panic.

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    Whoa, whoa, whoa, how many of you backed up your service books and put them back onto your phone even if everything worked? I just put my service books back on, chose for universal search to index everything but messages, map, etc right? Put Social Feeds and YouTube launcher back on my phone. It no longer takes any time to index the search even after fresh battery pull and my memory is stayiung steady. This was just done recently so I'll keep an eye on my memory and let you know if it really has stabalized or not for sure.

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    No, unfortunately not, after a Meterberry reset it re-indexed everything and the leak is still there. But, everything runs much better with the service books loaded back on.

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    I can confirm that this does work. Did this in the afternoon at 3pm and did a battery pull. Started at 96mbs and I'm down to 93. Not bad I must say. Good stuff!

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    Mine doesn't go down a lot, about 2-3mb per day of heavy usage :S
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaddeus View Post
    on a fres install, I have abut 95 MB but that is soon down to around 88MB after some apps installation.

    I generally dont have much problem but the memory leaks applies on me. After about 1 day of usage, it goes down to around 44MB but not something that will cause any panic.

    - Charles
    1 day of usage (24 hours) and the memory goes down to around 44MB is not really bad. Mine got down from 89MB to 84Mb soon after startup, and to 0.5MB in 6-7 hours and the OS itself force me to delete some applicationon or messages, then.. restart itself.

    by disabling the index, it went down on a very reduced rate. The Leaks are still there, but it become so much better.
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    Also enabling memory cleaning also helps a lot! May slow boot time but it helps with gaining memory back.

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    how do you enable memory cleaning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by georgelappies View Post
    how do you enable memory cleaning?

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    well i don't really know how to do it in OS6
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    Quote Originally Posted by rickzmond View Post
    well i don't really know how to do it in OS6
    The easiest way. To search memory using universal search and you'll find it under settings
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    Btw, I am thinking of disabling "Enable Compression" and wondering if it will help speed up the phone? Yes maybe more memory usage but at least there is no extra overhead compressing and decompressing data on the phone

    - Charles
    Last edited by chaddeus; 11-05-2010 at 03:21 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rick9700 View Post
    Am I the only one who dose not have a memory leak??? I also have a lightning bolt while charging on the A/C charger........ Guess I'm one of the lucky ones no problems at all.
    Same here. I'm reading of so many issues, but I have not had any.

    No memory leak
    I see charge icon
    Copy/paste working ok now (had a temp issue with it but working now)
    Social feeds working fine (including with facebook)
    Over 100MB free on boot.

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    thanks my indonesian friend, this helped, even though there is no 'real' memory leaks, my 'dust settled' memory of 59MB has now been beefed up to 68MB after following this. Awesome!


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    Quote Originally Posted by georgelappies View Post
    how do you enable memory cleaning?

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    similar as OS 5, options, security, advance security settings, then the memory cleaning


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    Actually one of the tweaks on Windows pc's is to turn of compression and indexing. Good find btw!
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