1. jeffreycolds's Avatar
    My curve utilizes the 4.5 os from Garz & Crucial-Xtreme with 64 apps. and 10,327,876 Bytes free. My media card shows 3.7GB total with 3.7GB free. Is it possible to transfer a couple million bytes to the card thereby freeing up valuable space on the system or do I just need to delete some things? I'm fairly certain my free bytes shouldn't ever get below 12,000,000 bytes. Also, my videos will save< but, when I try to play them back I get the dreaded 'unsupported format' and 'error playing' messages. Very frustrating. Thanks for any info
    12-06-08 10:14 AM
  2. Reed McLay's Avatar
    If you have media files in device memory, it is simple to move them to your media card.

    Media / Explore is the native file manager.

    If you are interested in further memory optimization, check out this thread.


    Your v4.5xx device software upgrade has already removed the preinstalled sample images, music and video, but there are other things you might consider removing to free up additional memory.
    12-06-08 10:38 AM
  3. Blacklatino's Avatar
    Welcome to CrackBerry. I had the same issue 7-8 months ago. I had to look at the format for the videos. A lot of e-mailed videos were not formatted for my BB.
    Looks like you have a 4gig card. Also, I had to delete certain apps that use a lot of memory and I also "remember to close apps.". Reed, CX, and Garz are tops at
    troubleshooting. So, you're in good hands

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    12-06-08 11:36 AM