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10-07-2012 03:14 AM
I cant give you my whole application, and neither u have to sit it down and read it.But what could it be for?
At times I am able to reproduce it at same place.But caNT FIGURE IT OUT WHY.
I am wondering if it could be from the fact I store alot of info in my application.I have vectors, where I store all data with itc pictures.So that If I brought them first time, I dont the 2nd time. This could slow my application? this could cause out of memory error?
also when i do popscreen, data i brought in tht page is all cleared right?
10-07-2012 04:40 AM
10-07-2012 10:59 AM
Try removing the three *.dmp files in the simulator directory, then restart. The simulated flash memory is here.
If you are used to iOS or Android development (or desktop development, for that matter), then you are going to find the memory restrictions on the Blackberry fairly limiting. A large number of images will quickly eat up the avavailable flash.