QUICKPULL STEELTHORN SOFTWARE – Automated Battery Pull for Blackberry


Patricius 

@matrixsterPatricius
He sees me removing the battery of the phone while still on and asks quietly: won’t you crush the hard disk?
Following the above tweet by my good friend @matrixster , I noted that a good number of people in Africa have not upgraded from their oldschool Blackberry phones to newer products.
The old 8*.*  Blackberies  boot like a 286 computer, especially when you have alot of applications running on it.
So I guess you have your :
  1. Facebook for Blackberry
  2. Twitter App ( Socialscope, Ubertwitter,tweetme, etc)
  3. wordpress For Blackberry
  4. Snaptu
  5. Opera Mini
  6. Insert preferred app/apps here

Your Blackberry will boot and refresh and boot quite slowly.

Having a large amount of images, ringtones and or games stored in the device may reduce available free memory.

If the BlackBerry’s memory is at or near capacity the handheld will begin to delete the oldest Call Log and Text Message (SMS) entries in an effort to free up memory space.

In order to prevent this, free memory must be increased.

.Your old school Blackberry is configured to delete messages to increase memory so that your phone applications can run optimally.NOTE: Saved messages will not be deleted

The advise given at most sites to stop this is, each day at certain points , to hard reset the phone, which is, a Battery Pull.

A battery pull is when you pull out the battery. Simple.

Here are some key suggestions on optimising you Blackberry memory:

Reduce Allocated Media Memory
      1. Scroll to and select the Media icon.
      2. Select the Pictures icon.
      3. Select the Device Memory icon.
      4. Press the Menu key, select Options.
      5. Change the Device Memory Limit to 12MB.
      6. Press the Menu key, select Save.
      7. Hard Reset the BlackBerry.
   Reduce Calendar Keep Appointments to 60 days or less
      1. Scroll to and select the Calendar icon.
      2. Press the Menu key, select Options.
      3. Scroll to and select Keep Appointments.
      4. Select the desired amount of time to keep appointments.
      5. Press the Menu key, select Save.
      6. Hard Reset the BlackBerry.
   Reduce the amount of time Messages are kept on the handheld.
      1. Scroll to and select the Messages icon.
      2. Press the Menu key, select Options.
      3. Select General Options.
      4. Scroll to and select Keep Messages.
      5. Select the desired amount of time to keep appointments.
      6. Press the Menu key, select Save.
      7. Hard Reset the BlackBerry.
   Clear Cache and Cookies
      1. Scroll to and select the Browser or Media Net icon.
      2. Press the Menu key.
      3. Select Options.
      4. Select Cache Operations.
      5. Select Clear History.
      6. Note: Clear History will no longer appear once it has been selected.
      7. Hard Reset the BlackBerry.
   Delete Unused Languages
   Note: If deleting both the unused languages and the sample video wait to restart the device until both processes have been completed
      1. Scroll to and select the Settings icon.
      2. Select the Options icon.
      3. Select Advanced Options.
      4. Select Applications.
      5. Scroll to and highlight each of the unused languages under the Input Support and Language and Input Support subheadings.
      6. Press the Menu key.
      7. Select Delete.
      8. Select Delete.
      9. When prompted to Restart select No until all unused languages are deleted.
     10. NOTE:Repeat steps 4-8 until all unused languages are deleted then select Yes when prompted to restart.
     11. Hard Reset the BlackBerry.
   Delete Sample Video
   Note: If deleting both the unused languages and the sample video wait to restart the device until both processes have been completed. The sample video is the pre-installed video for the blackberry and is ~2.2MB in size.
      1. Scroll to and select the Settings icon.
      2. Select the Options icon.
      3. Select Advanced Options.
      4. Select Applications.
      5. Scroll to and highlight "Blackberry Sample Video".
      6. Press the Menu key.
      7. Select Delete.
      8. Select Delete.
      9. When prompted to Restart select Yes.
     10. Hard Reset the BlackBerry.
   Change Call Log Options
      1. Scroll to and select the Phone icon.
      2. Press the Menu key.
      3. Select Options.
      4. Select Call Logging.
      5. Select either Missed Calls or None.
      6. Hard Reset the BlackBerry.

You are thinking:

“YEAH. RIGHT.

Isn’t there an App out ther that can do this all for me?”

Well….Enter QUICKPULL STEELTHORN SOFTWARE.

It does all the above, and you are able to configure and preset the battery pulls automatically.

Find it and download it for free on http://www.getjar.com or http://wap.getjar.com from your phone.

Or visit http://steelthorn.com !

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