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  1. magsasaka's Avatar
    What would I normally do is to look for apps that eating the memory. If it can be close I'll close them on the device monitor.


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    If it can't be close then too bad for me.


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    10-14-14 06:51 PM
  2. jtv1's Avatar
    Look, it is not now because I have to restart the phone yesterday


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    Dear Monsieur Katika99

    Could you recreate your scales in translated English for a minute maybe.

    I hope it will not be too much to ask.

    jtvberry
    10-14-14 06:57 PM
  3. tdyhedge's Avatar
    Dear Monsieur Katika99

    Could you recreate your scales in translated English for a minute maybe.

    I hope it will not be too much to ask.

    jtvberry
    The top set says Tue, Wed, Thu
    The bottom set says Mon, Tue, Wed

    Via my simply amazing ? Q10 10.3.0.1418
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    10-14-14 08:11 PM
  4. axe50's Avatar
    The amount of misinformation in this thread's pretty high.
    For RAM, just let the system normally handle it. For flash memory or storage, go into settings, device storage. You'll find out how much storage space is left. Delete apps when needed.

    The Android cache cleaners don't do anything. They can't touch the BB10 portion. They'll give you a placebo effect at most. Even a BB10 native cache cleaner shouldn't effectively clean a cache due to heavy sandboxing. Let the BB10 system take care of itself.

    If you want more information or accurate information, do some research on actual Windows or MAC cache cleaners. You find out how they work and find out that certain aspects are not applied to some mobile OSes.
    And I would suggest you read what it is that everyone in this thread is asking for. These apps may be labeled as cache cleaners, but what everyone really wants is to clean up application data. Cc Cleaner does a fine job for Android apps, but it largely depends on what you have installed - I wouldn't go so far as to call it a placebo. Either way, sadly there is no option for native bb10 apps apart from uninstalling the app.

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    11-12-14 07:29 AM
  5. jtv1's Avatar
    It's such a pity that OS cannot be enlarged when all other changes can be implemented

    jtvberry
    11-12-14 12:27 PM
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