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Available memory jumped up 4K when I removed the "WiFi: On/Off" plugin from my homescreen. I was quiet happy with the extra 4K. Seemed to boot quiet a bit faster too, at least the part of the boot-up after the homescreen first appears. :P

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I wrote K when I ment MB..... Duh :rolleyes:

Edited by code_junkie, 18 May 2007 - 08:27 PM.

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4K? That's not a lot?

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its probably 4k more than I have lol

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4K? That's not a lot?

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I take that back, I was running a little over 12k. After I took out the plugin I am now running a little over 18K so it was a 6K boost.

50% more free memory works for me! :rolleyes: Especially for something that I really don't use that much.

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Ahhh, you mean MB rather than K?

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Available memory jumped up 4K when I removed the "WiFi: On/Off" plugin from my homescreen. I was quiet happy with the extra 4K. Seemed to boot quiet a bit faster too, at least the part of the boot-up after the homescreen first appears. :P

Edit:
I wrote K when I ment MB..... Duh :rolleyes:


Hi,
I am a newbie at modifying home screen files and am a bit confused about which part I have to remove? Found the section where WiFi resides:

<plugin clsid="{E09043DF-510E-4841-B652-388316977A7A}" name="carrier" height="24">
<
allowselection/>
<
background>
<
format state="selected" bgimage="\Application Data\Home\TMOwifi.jpg" />
background>
<
label bgcolor="transparent" halign="left" h="20" font-weight="bold" y="0" x="123" w="81" font-size="16">
<
text><carrier/>text>
label>
<
label bgcolor="transparent" halign="left" font-weight="bold" y="0" x="0" textwidth="115" font-size="16">
<
text><wifi/>text>
label>

<
clock>
<
time font-weight="bold" font-size="16" valign="top" halign="right" y="0" x="0" w="320"/>
<
date font-weight="bold" font-size="16" valign="top" halign="center" mode="short" y="0" x="58" w="320" />
clock>
plugin>

And removed the part:

<label bgcolor="transparent" halign="left" font-weight="bold" y="0" x="0" textwidth="115" font-size="16">
<
text><wifi/>text>
label>

but that does not seem to do the trick. It's still selectable (I think I can remove from the top) and doesn't seem to give me any memory back.

Can someone please advise?

Thank you for your help,
d.

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Available memory jumped up 4K when I removed the "WiFi: On/Off" plugin from my homescreen. I was quiet happy with the extra 4K. Seemed to boot quiet a bit faster too, at least the part of the boot-up after the homescreen first appears. :P

Edit:
I wrote K when I ment MB..... Duh :)


How did you do it?? Please elaborate.

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