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Registered: ‎04-14-2013
My Device: curve 3960
My Carrier: Axiom

Re: Free Up Application Memory by removing Internal Memory files

YOU CAN SHARE THE APP MEMORY ALONG WITH YOUR SD MEMORY!!!!  SO YOU WON FACE ANY PROBLEM WITH INSTALLING APPLICATIONS IN FUTURE!!!

 

Download aerize app from this link,,

http://aerize-card-loader.en.softonic.com/blackberry/download

 

then read the instructions manual after downloading and installing  and you will understand how to save and run all your blackberry applications from your SD card rather then the application memory limited space.

 

Good Luk ^_^ Ahmed

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Registered: ‎11-28-2008
My Device: PRIV (6.0.1/AAG111), Z10/Z30/Q10 (10.3.2.2813), Playbook (2.1.0.1526)
My Carrier: TMobile USA

Re: Free Up Application Memory by removing Internal Memory files

Hello ahmed3091982,

I see that you've posted this advice a few times. But, you might want to clarify how you are representing that app. It does not, as you say "run all your blackberry applications from your SD card". Rather, what it does is archive them to your SD card when you request, but it must return them to AppMemory when you again want to run them. For actually running of an app, it must be located in AppMemory...there is no option. Hence, you still must have adequate AppMemory available at any given time for any given app you wish to run.

I've known several folks who have tried this approach and, due to the performance degradation, elected instead to find the balance of installed apps on their BB that allowed them to do as they desire yet not sacrifice performance.

Good luck!


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