1. asuprice's Avatar
    Title says it all. If you have installed .411, how many apps do you have and how much memory do you have after a reboot?

    I have 43.2 after a reboot (is this good?) with no email or sms.
    Apps I have are:
    Google Mobile
    The Weather Channel
    12-15-09 06:09 AM
  2. abdoush's Avatar
    I have 31.1 after a reboot.
    Apps I have are:
    Google Mobile
    The Weather Channel
    2 Email accounts
    SMS and MMS
    12-15-09 06:24 AM
  3. Darran's Avatar
    I have 31.2MB after a reboot with .411 previously I got 42MB with!

    I have:

    Googlemaps (Latitude Running)
    Live Messenger
    Google Search App
    Druglord Wars
    Gmail App
    App World
    12-15-09 07:00 AM
  4. XyKo's Avatar
    around 30 after reboot and fluctuated between 15-28 throughout the day.

    These are my background apps.
    GPSTracking- just incase I lose phone
    Gmail Apps
    12-15-09 07:30 AM
  5. dbone15's Avatar
    If only the 9000 had the memory of the 9700 it would still be the best bb out there. Dissapointing to say the least. Love the 9000
    Last edited by dbone15; 12-15-09 at 09:12 AM.
    12-15-09 09:08 AM
  6. dadymon's Avatar
    Appx: 31 MB after Quickpull,

    running: App Store, Bank of America, BB Maps, BerryBuzz
    berryweather, Bible-Lifechurch.tv, Brightberry, Calorie Tracker
    Smartbible, Movies-Flixster, Quick Pull, TipCalculator,
    BB Messenger 5. 0. 0. 55., BB app world. I use them all!
    12-15-09 09:17 AM
  7. dcgore's Avatar
    So disappointing that the OS won't go onto the Device memory and leave app memory for "apps".
    12-15-09 09:28 AM
  8. Namueab's Avatar
    I too have noticed a decrease in available memory after a battery pull, going from os to
    I pretty much had a vanilla 9000, with bbm, ebay, and weatherbug installed. On the os I would have ~51mb and on I have ~43mb.
    While on the older os, it would drop to ~42mb throughout the day, and with the newer one it is pretty much the same.
    So while I had more memory available immediately after a battery pull with the previous os, they do roughly equal out to the same. For me anyway!
    Last edited by Namueab; 12-15-09 at 10:39 AM. Reason: spelling
    12-15-09 10:38 AM
  9. Yandar's Avatar
    I believe the OS 5 puts less stuff in the ram than 4.6. Using some on the Boxtone apps that display such things. I have 36mb ram using OS 5, but 24 using 4.6. That 10 meg difference seems the be taken to the app memory. This seems to me to be why we all have lower free memory on a batt pull.
    I have 35mb free on a batt pull using

    Crackberry app store, BerryBuzz, Berrypopup, berryweather, google maps, i love blackberry, myboxtone expert, myboxtone insight, full doc2go + pdf, podtrapper, quicklaunch, smrtguard, socialscope, bbm5.
    12-15-09 10:56 AM
  10. sneakytiki64's Avatar
    OS 5 is a bigger OS so its like comparing Windows Vista to Windows XP. When you install it, its going to take more of your memory. But one thing 5.0 does so well is keep the memory up. I have quickpull installed just to watch my phone to see if it falls below 25MB and it never has yet. 4.6 used to be at 10MB by lunchtime. If only all your apps installed to the device memory along with the OS leaving app memory to be actual RAM. 128MB would be more than enough if half wasn't eaten by the OS!

    Also if you plug your phone into your PC and find the blackberry app world folder you will notice that it doesn't actually delete the apps that you delete. So a quick jog through that folder and I freed up another 5MB on my app memory.
    12-15-09 01:31 PM
  11. LittleRedDot's Avatar
    So far for me .411 has been the worst with memory management.
    12-20-09 07:51 AM