1. shemaree09's Avatar
    So I ran the Device Analyzer - device responsiveness and it says I am running low on memory.

    This is the summary I received. I'm not sure what this means or how to fix it.

    Can anybody explain? Thanks!





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    01-20-12 10:32 AM
  2. anon4188935's Avatar
    Sorry to be off topic.. But where did you download it from?
    01-20-12 11:14 AM
  3. shemaree09's Avatar
    Sorry to be off topic.. But where did you download it from?
    Its built into OS 7.1

    Its a tool in Options
    01-20-12 11:38 AM
  4. anon4188935's Avatar
    Never mind found a working download.... Restart your device and see what it says then
    01-20-12 11:52 AM
  5. jackmoe's Avatar
    I don't see anything that is drastically out of order - none of those memory estimates are over a few Mb's - are those the only 2 screens the diagnostic provided? I feel like there is some information missing?
    01-20-12 11:55 AM
  6. anon4188935's Avatar
    I have 9900/7.1.0.74(b196) and it wasn't there......
    01-20-12 12:01 PM
  7. anon4188935's Avatar
    Been playing around with.... Nice app... Seems ill never have to do a battery pull... Has a built in reboot option.... I did same test as you says..21 for me... So I rebooted... Let's see what happens
    01-20-12 12:05 PM
  8. anon4188935's Avatar
    Brought me up to 29 but it brought me to a menu to delete app,messages,calender....
    01-20-12 12:12 PM
  9. ichat's Avatar
    Looks buggy. Give it a few more releases and bundles to resolve the matter. Doesn't really make a difference in what its saying.

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    01-20-12 12:17 PM
  10. kraski's Avatar
    I have 9900/7.1.0.74(b196) and it wasn't there......
    That's actually a hybrid. So that may not have been included.
    01-20-12 01:10 PM
  11. shemaree09's Avatar
    I don't see anything that is drastically out of order - none of those memory estimates are over a few Mb's - are those the only 2 screens the diagnostic provided? I feel like there is some information missing?
    The list goes on, but it descends in file size.

    Thats what I was confused about. The memory estimates seemed pretty low for me to only have 20% of free memory available.

    I did delete some messages (about 1,000) and 2 unused apps (Slacker Radio and Who It It Pro), and copied all of my music to my SD card (about 1gb) and now it says I have 25%, which it says its still running out of memory.

    Not sure of what else I can do. I dont have THAT many apps either.
    Last edited by shemaree09; 01-20-12 at 01:57 PM.
    01-20-12 01:51 PM
  12. kraski's Avatar
    The list goes on, but it descends in file size.

    Thats what I was confused about. The memory estimates seemed pretty low for me to only have 20% of free memory available.

    I did delete some messages (about 1,000) and 2 unused apps (Slacker Radio and Who It It Pro) and now it says I have 25%, which it says its still running out of memory.
    Do you do a lot of browsing or use apps that are data intensive. Browser cache or data files can grow.
    01-20-12 01:58 PM
  13. shemaree09's Avatar
    Do you do a lot of browsing or use apps that are data intensive. Browser cache or data files can grow.
    The apps I use most throughout the day are: Twitter for BB, sometimes Ubersocial, and BBM.

    I also receive emails all day and send text messages.
    01-20-12 02:12 PM
  14. kraski's Avatar
    The apps I use most throughout the day are: Twitter for BB, sometimes Ubersocial, and BBM.

    I also receive emails all day and send text messages.
    Those, by themselves, shouldn't jam up memory that way. I'm assuming you have everything set to store images, videos and music files to sd card. Is on-device memory that much smaller than the 9810? I've gone down to 30%, but it's bounced back up. Most of the time, I'm 70% or above, some downward spikes to 50%.
    01-20-12 03:11 PM
  15. shemaree09's Avatar
    Those, by themselves, shouldn't jam up memory that way. I'm assuming you have everything set to store images, videos and music files to sd card. Is on-device memory that much smaller than the 9810? I've gone down to 30%, but it's bounced back up. Most of the time, I'm 70% or above, some downward spikes to 50%.
    The on-device memory is 6.2 GB. Im currently only using 1.1 GB of that.

    So you see 70%? wow! Now I really have to investigate this issue.
    01-20-12 03:48 PM
  16. rjbg's Avatar
    i have the exact same problem
    my memory drops down to 25 qround 2 pm
    6pm its around 20
    9 tru 12 at night get down to 18 -19 and get the watch icon alot in the screen ..
    i have a month with a brand new bb 9860 few apps and best thing is i started to see the progresive slow down after updating to 7.1 os

    il upload pics later

    any news on this please let me know
    02-04-12 12:32 AM
  17. OniBerry's Avatar
    I am always at 35% Every time I check. So, I don't know what's up with that.


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    02-04-12 01:26 AM
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