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    Have you ever gotten this message, "There is not enough memory available on your device. You can free up space by deleting files or moving them to an expansion card." while trying to launch the web app or while trying to launch an URL from an email?

    This normally means that you cannot access the Internet until a soft reset is performed.

    I have found an consistant workaround that allows me to access the web without a reset.

    Whenever this message appears I tap the Linkstart (PowerRun-like app) shortcut for an app that has a sizeable prc like Texas Hold'em Poker. Once the application loads I exit the application (i.e. Poker) and then launches the web without the error message. Works everytime.

    I have Texas Hold'em Poker setup as a favorite in the Phone application and the quick key press is extended with Butler so it is quickly launched without much effort.

    I have also launched an application that is loaded on the card (/Palm/Launcher) from the icon with the tiny SD card via the 3rd party application LauncherX.
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    In other words, you're forcing a program to flush dbcache. If you're on the latest firmware you shouldn't have this sort of problem, or you can use dbcachetool to clear dbcache quicker than launching a large program and then exiting it.
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    I have 1.13a-Sprint and the dbcachetool 0.02

    I get this often and the cachetool causes reset where it not useable. It is either what I described or a manual soft reset or a forced soft reset from either cache tool.
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    In a way that's worse than flushing DBCache...

    What you're doing is using an application which cleans up after itself to clear a portion of DBCache... I'm not sure that's the cleanest way to do things... Clearing DBCache with an application designed to do so is probably a much better idea. If you're getting resets, disable applications working in the background (and exit your 3rd party launcher) before clearing DBCache. That usually runs cleanly for me.

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    I have a Sprint 650 with 1.13a as well and still run into the "out of memory condition" once in awhile - mainly because I use GoodLink which takes a significant chunk of cache. Otherwise, the improved cache manager in 1.13 definitely was a bug help. Here are a couple of other things for you.

    1. If you want to know the details of the problem, see http://wiki.treocentral.com/index.ph...ailable_Memory
    2. Resco Locker will likely help prevent the resets after dbCacheTool runs. See Wiki article for more.
    3. Another app which can flush the cache (and comes from Palm) is MemoryInfo at http://discussion.treocentral.com/sh...d.php?t=105771 . Only downside is that it can't be set up to auto-flush
    Last edited by tomvb2000; 09/09/2006 at 02:39 PM. Reason: fat finger
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    "If only there was a way to set up macros."

    Try MacroPlay Pro.
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    Thanks for the ref - looks pretty interesting. For anyone else, the link is http://xvisionnow.tripod.com/cgi-bin/macroplay.pl

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