1. k-macberry's Avatar
    hey everyone- im new to this site and have some questions. i have a tour and love it- save for crummy verizon service and no wifi. id like to move to a bold- but the 128mb is concerning. ive heard that i can save apps (like facebook and google talk) to the 1gb card and run from there. the att guy told me this- so dont soot me. is that true? i am a heavy user and want to be sure that i dont get myself caught with a device with memory shortcomings. thanks
    08-05-09 08:55 AM
  2. Tronyx's Avatar
    It is possible. There is an application that allows you to do so, but it's a piece of junk. I will have to locate the thread about how to do this...

    You can try searching for it too.

    Chris
    08-05-09 11:28 AM
  3. k-macberry's Avatar
    thanks. as a bold user have you noticed any memory issues?
    08-05-09 11:44 AM
  4. Tronyx's Avatar
    No. I have my Bold LOADED and it works like a champ. My 16Gb MicroSD is about full too and it remains responsive and fast.

    Chris
    08-05-09 11:51 AM
  5. k-macberry's Avatar
    thank you....youve help me alot!
    08-05-09 11:53 AM
  6. Tronyx's Avatar
    Not a problem!

    Chris
    08-05-09 01:41 PM
  7. SmoothRT's Avatar
    My Bold is very filled, my 16 gb microSD card is about half full, all good here. The latest OS does have a bug where there is a delay in loading thumbnails from the microSD card but it is not a huge deal.

    I believe the latest version of App World allows you to archive programs to an SD card, but you can't run them off the SD card.
    08-05-09 04:58 PM
  8. mke67's Avatar
    No. I have my Bold LOADED and it works like a champ. My 16Gb MicroSD is about full too and it remains responsive and fast.

    Chris

    Just to add, when it comes to memory cards, make sure you get a CLASS 6. These are the fastest ones out. They usually come in class 2, 4, 6. So you might see a 16gb for a great "deal" it might be to good to be true. CHECK THE CLASS.
    08-05-09 06:24 PM
  9. Tronyx's Avatar
    Just to add, when it comes to memory cards, make sure you get a CLASS 6. These are the fastest ones out. They usually come in class 2, 4, 6. So you might see a 16gb for a great "deal" it might be to good to be true. CHECK THE CLASS.
    I got a class 4 prior to the class 6 cards coming out. Not worth it to me to upgrade. The performance of my class 4 is perfect for me as is. No lag or anything like that.

    Chris
    08-06-09 12:28 AM
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