1. leo-king95's Avatar
    as of late my blackberry curve 8520 has been becoming increasingly slow to react to certain commands, even when the minimal amount of applications etc are running, and ideas? thanks
    03-02-10 01:27 PM
  2. calvinc's Avatar
    Do a battery pull.
    03-02-10 01:28 PM
  3. christopherp's Avatar
    Shut off the phone, remove the battery for a minute, reinstall the battery and let it reboot. I also like to do a memory clean after this to kind of brush the dust off the pull.
    You may notice a slight bit of sluggishness after the pull but it is normal.
    03-02-10 01:32 PM
  4. leo-king95's Avatar
    how'dya do memory clean thing?
    03-02-10 01:40 PM
  5. christopherp's Avatar
    how'dya do memory clean thing?
    Not sure where it is on your phone, but for me I have a 'Memory Cleaner' as a default application.
    Try going to your browser clicking options and see if 'clean' comes up...again...sorry I don't have more specific for you, once I used my cleaner I put that icon as a separate folder so I can always get to it and have forgotten the native location.
    03-02-10 01:45 PM
  6. leo-king95's Avatar
    ahh dont worry, ill find it but at the moment im rather worried as its still rebooting.. and now its done haha
    03-02-10 01:48 PM
  7. elvin1983's Avatar
    Not sure where it is on your phone, but for me I have a 'Memory Cleaner' as a default application.
    Try going to your browser clicking options and see if 'clean' comes up...again...sorry I don't have more specific for you, once I used my cleaner I put that icon as a separate folder so I can always get to it and have forgotten the native location.
    On your application menu, there should be a icon for Memory Cleaner. If not, you can access it under the security settings under you options menu. There you can access the memory cleaner. I use this usually once or so a day, just to clean out some lingering junk.
    03-02-10 01:49 PM
  8. christopherp's Avatar
    On your application menu, there should be a icon for Memory Cleaner. If not, you can access it under the security settings under you options menu. There you can access the memory cleaner. I use this usually once or so a day, just to clean out some lingering junk.
    Thanks elvin1983...
    P.S. JC is one of my favorite Canadians who doesn't skate.
    03-02-10 01:52 PM
  9. leo-king95's Avatar
    thanks guys, i found it on the security settings, and now it seems to work.
    03-02-10 02:00 PM
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