1. big truck's Avatar
    First, what is pushed content, and second, how big of a memory card can a curve 8530 support?

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    04-16-10 06:15 AM
  2. afropoika's Avatar
    Pushed content, assuming you mean its relation to the BlackBerry Browser, is information that interactively updates itself automatically. Content such as weather forecasts are usually pushed content. You may safely clear this from the Browser options.

    BlackBerry Curve 8530, as all BlackBerry devices, support a Media Card with capacity up to 32GB. Theoretically speaking any size, but 32GB MicroSD memory cards are still quite new rare. It also depends on the firmware version how big a Media Card you may utilize, but OS 5.0 supports up to 32GB.
    04-16-10 07:24 AM
  3. elvin1983's Avatar
    BlackBerry Curve 8530, as all BlackBerry devices, support a Media Card with capacity up to 32GB. Theoretically speaking any size, but 32GB MicroSD memory cards are still quite new rare. It also depends on the firmware version how big a Media Card you may utilize, but OS 5.0 supports up to 32GB.
    All BlackBerries running OS 4.5 and higher will support a 32GB media card.
    04-16-10 09:37 AM
  4. Reed McLay's Avatar
    Pushed content is at the heart of every BlackBerry.

    Push means you have an account on a dedicated server that will find you and send you content as it becomes available. New messages will be delivered as they are received and you will be immediately notified of there arrival.

    By contrast, non-push content requires your device to monitor the source and retrieve content on demand.

    The difference? The BlackBerry client will always get the information first. That provides a huge strategic difference when it comes to making timely business decisions.
    04-16-10 09:44 AM
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