BlackBerry smart phones enable busy people to stay in touch with everybody while they are on the move. You can access e-mails, make phone calls and download documents. All these things use up the phone's memory. When the BlackBerry becomes low on memory it will perform a wipe which will result in the loss of all calendar entries, e-mails and temporary files. Proper maintenance can prevent a BlackBerry wipe from occurring.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- USB cable
Connect the USB cable to the BlackBerry smart phone and the computer. Allow the computer to save a backup of the phone onto the computer. (When the phone is connected the BlackBerry software will prompt the user to do a backup of the phone.)
Delete any e-mail that is no longer needed.
Shorten the amount of time that the BlackBerry must store calendar events.
Move media files to a media card so that the memory of the BlackBerry isn't consumed by storing media files.
Maintain at least 400KB of application memory on the BlackBerry to keep the device from performing a wipe to create more available memory.
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