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Support Question about the available memory under running apps

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by csalem77, May 13, 2010.

  1. csalem77

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    I just got my Incredible a few days ago and I'm still learning it. So far its much better than my old Blackberry. I just have a question as to if this is normal or if I have a defective phone. When I got into running apps under settings its shows on the bottom (the numbers of course vary) Avail: 64+219 in 25 and Other 60mb in 4. As soon as I open then browser and go back and check it goes to Avail: 58mb+0.00b in 25 and Other: 0.00b in 4. I checked my fiancee's Moto Droid and it isn't doing this. Is it normal with the Incredible or is my phone defective? Thanks in advance!
     

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  2. csalem77

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    Anybody?????
     
  3. csalem77

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    Wow....this makes me miss crackberry! Mods please remove this thread. Thank you.
     
  4. jayno20

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    Good question... I would like to know this as well...
     
  5. csalem77

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    Thank you for at least replying. Glad I'm not the only one having this issue. Hopefully someone here knows the answer and can help us.
     
  6. chris61292

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    I just checked and mine does this too, I wouldn't worry about it, probably just software bug
     
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  7. aw1974

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    I don't think it's a bug. I was just playing with it and when you stop an app you'll notice that the numbers instantly change and the 0.00 will become a greater number. It's prob just the memory being used by a running app.
     
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  8. csalem77

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    Thanks guys. That's all I was looking for. Just didn't know if it was a problem or not and VZW tech support had no idea.
     
  9. cp1

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    What about those numbers makes you think the phone's defective?
     
  10. csalem77

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    The fact that it goes from 100mb or so to 0 in a matter of seconds and the MOTO Droid wasnt doing it. New to android and just asking. It has already been answered.
     

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