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VX4500 available memory

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by C C, Jul 5, 2004.

  1. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    No Reply wrote:
    > One of the developers of BitPim posted on this or another forum a while


    That would be me.

    > back saying that they have not been able to determine the exact memory
    > capacity of the LG-VX4500 at a given point in time. He said
    > specifically that the available memory reported in the Get-It-Now
    > settings is not necessarily an accurate indication.


    Correct. It is trivial to find out the total memory size of the
    embedded filesystem. Turn on protocol logging in BitPim and do
    any action with the phone. Then press Ctrl-Alt-P in the protocol
    tab and look for a class of memoryconfigresponse (it will be near
    the begining). Expand in the middle pane.

    The VX6000 gives a value of 6058144 and my VX4400 gives a value of
    1307952.

    The problem is trying to work out the amount of free memory. If I sum
    all the file sizes on my 4400, it adds up to 1.9MB. Obviously some of
    the files appear in the EFS but are actually stored elsewhere.

    I have no idea where the GIN free memory amount comes from. On the
    VX6000 I think they just allocate 1MB as an arbitrary amount.

    Roger
     



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  2. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    No Reply wrote:
    > One of the developers of BitPim posted on this or another forum a while


    That would be me.

    > back saying that they have not been able to determine the exact memory
    > capacity of the LG-VX4500 at a given point in time. He said
    > specifically that the available memory reported in the Get-It-Now
    > settings is not necessarily an accurate indication.


    Correct. It is trivial to find out the total memory size of the
    embedded filesystem. Turn on protocol logging in BitPim and do
    any action with the phone. Then press Ctrl-Alt-P in the protocol
    tab and look for a class of memoryconfigresponse (it will be near
    the begining). Expand in the middle pane.

    The VX6000 gives a value of 6058144 and my VX4400 gives a value of
    1307952.

    The problem is trying to work out the amount of free memory. If I sum
    all the file sizes on my 4400, it adds up to 1.9MB. Obviously some of
    the files appear in the EFS but are actually stored elsewhere.

    I have no idea where the GIN free memory amount comes from. On the
    VX6000 I think they just allocate 1MB as an arbitrary amount.

    Roger
     
  3. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    No Reply wrote:
    > One of the developers of BitPim posted on this or another forum a while


    That would be me.

    > back saying that they have not been able to determine the exact memory
    > capacity of the LG-VX4500 at a given point in time. He said
    > specifically that the available memory reported in the Get-It-Now
    > settings is not necessarily an accurate indication.


    Correct. It is trivial to find out the total memory size of the
    embedded filesystem. Turn on protocol logging in BitPim and do
    any action with the phone. Then press Ctrl-Alt-P in the protocol
    tab and look for a class of memoryconfigresponse (it will be near
    the begining). Expand in the middle pane.

    The VX6000 gives a value of 6058144 and my VX4400 gives a value of
    1307952.

    The problem is trying to work out the amount of free memory. If I sum
    all the file sizes on my 4400, it adds up to 1.9MB. Obviously some of
    the files appear in the EFS but are actually stored elsewhere.

    I have no idea where the GIN free memory amount comes from. On the
    VX6000 I think they just allocate 1MB as an arbitrary amount.

    Roger
     
  4. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    No Reply wrote:
    > One of the developers of BitPim posted on this or another forum a while


    That would be me.

    > back saying that they have not been able to determine the exact memory
    > capacity of the LG-VX4500 at a given point in time. He said
    > specifically that the available memory reported in the Get-It-Now
    > settings is not necessarily an accurate indication.


    Correct. It is trivial to find out the total memory size of the
    embedded filesystem. Turn on protocol logging in BitPim and do
    any action with the phone. Then press Ctrl-Alt-P in the protocol
    tab and look for a class of memoryconfigresponse (it will be near
    the begining). Expand in the middle pane.

    The VX6000 gives a value of 6058144 and my VX4400 gives a value of
    1307952.

    The problem is trying to work out the amount of free memory. If I sum
    all the file sizes on my 4400, it adds up to 1.9MB. Obviously some of
    the files appear in the EFS but are actually stored elsewhere.

    I have no idea where the GIN free memory amount comes from. On the
    VX6000 I think they just allocate 1MB as an arbitrary amount.

    Roger
     
  5. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    No Reply wrote:
    > One of the developers of BitPim posted on this or another forum a while


    That would be me.

    > back saying that they have not been able to determine the exact memory
    > capacity of the LG-VX4500 at a given point in time. He said
    > specifically that the available memory reported in the Get-It-Now
    > settings is not necessarily an accurate indication.


    Correct. It is trivial to find out the total memory size of the
    embedded filesystem. Turn on protocol logging in BitPim and do
    any action with the phone. Then press Ctrl-Alt-P in the protocol
    tab and look for a class of memoryconfigresponse (it will be near
    the begining). Expand in the middle pane.

    The VX6000 gives a value of 6058144 and my VX4400 gives a value of
    1307952.

    The problem is trying to work out the amount of free memory. If I sum
    all the file sizes on my 4400, it adds up to 1.9MB. Obviously some of
    the files appear in the EFS but are actually stored elsewhere.

    I have no idea where the GIN free memory amount comes from. On the
    VX6000 I think they just allocate 1MB as an arbitrary amount.

    Roger
     
  6. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    No Reply wrote:
    > One of the developers of BitPim posted on this or another forum a while


    That would be me.

    > back saying that they have not been able to determine the exact memory
    > capacity of the LG-VX4500 at a given point in time. He said
    > specifically that the available memory reported in the Get-It-Now
    > settings is not necessarily an accurate indication.


    Correct. It is trivial to find out the total memory size of the
    embedded filesystem. Turn on protocol logging in BitPim and do
    any action with the phone. Then press Ctrl-Alt-P in the protocol
    tab and look for a class of memoryconfigresponse (it will be near
    the begining). Expand in the middle pane.

    The VX6000 gives a value of 6058144 and my VX4400 gives a value of
    1307952.

    The problem is trying to work out the amount of free memory. If I sum
    all the file sizes on my 4400, it adds up to 1.9MB. Obviously some of
    the files appear in the EFS but are actually stored elsewhere.

    I have no idea where the GIN free memory amount comes from. On the
    VX6000 I think they just allocate 1MB as an arbitrary amount.

    Roger
     
  7. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    No Reply wrote:
    > One of the developers of BitPim posted on this or another forum a while


    That would be me.

    > back saying that they have not been able to determine the exact memory
    > capacity of the LG-VX4500 at a given point in time. He said
    > specifically that the available memory reported in the Get-It-Now
    > settings is not necessarily an accurate indication.


    Correct. It is trivial to find out the total memory size of the
    embedded filesystem. Turn on protocol logging in BitPim and do
    any action with the phone. Then press Ctrl-Alt-P in the protocol
    tab and look for a class of memoryconfigresponse (it will be near
    the begining). Expand in the middle pane.

    The VX6000 gives a value of 6058144 and my VX4400 gives a value of
    1307952.

    The problem is trying to work out the amount of free memory. If I sum
    all the file sizes on my 4400, it adds up to 1.9MB. Obviously some of
    the files appear in the EFS but are actually stored elsewhere.

    I have no idea where the GIN free memory amount comes from. On the
    VX6000 I think they just allocate 1MB as an arbitrary amount.

    Roger
     
  8. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    No Reply wrote:
    > One of the developers of BitPim posted on this or another forum a while


    That would be me.

    > back saying that they have not been able to determine the exact memory
    > capacity of the LG-VX4500 at a given point in time. He said
    > specifically that the available memory reported in the Get-It-Now
    > settings is not necessarily an accurate indication.


    Correct. It is trivial to find out the total memory size of the
    embedded filesystem. Turn on protocol logging in BitPim and do
    any action with the phone. Then press Ctrl-Alt-P in the protocol
    tab and look for a class of memoryconfigresponse (it will be near
    the begining). Expand in the middle pane.

    The VX6000 gives a value of 6058144 and my VX4400 gives a value of
    1307952.

    The problem is trying to work out the amount of free memory. If I sum
    all the file sizes on my 4400, it adds up to 1.9MB. Obviously some of
    the files appear in the EFS but are actually stored elsewhere.

    I have no idea where the GIN free memory amount comes from. On the
    VX6000 I think they just allocate 1MB as an arbitrary amount.

    Roger
     
  9. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    No Reply wrote:
    > One of the developers of BitPim posted on this or another forum a while


    That would be me.

    > back saying that they have not been able to determine the exact memory
    > capacity of the LG-VX4500 at a given point in time. He said
    > specifically that the available memory reported in the Get-It-Now
    > settings is not necessarily an accurate indication.


    Correct. It is trivial to find out the total memory size of the
    embedded filesystem. Turn on protocol logging in BitPim and do
    any action with the phone. Then press Ctrl-Alt-P in the protocol
    tab and look for a class of memoryconfigresponse (it will be near
    the begining). Expand in the middle pane.

    The VX6000 gives a value of 6058144 and my VX4400 gives a value of
    1307952.

    The problem is trying to work out the amount of free memory. If I sum
    all the file sizes on my 4400, it adds up to 1.9MB. Obviously some of
    the files appear in the EFS but are actually stored elsewhere.

    I have no idea where the GIN free memory amount comes from. On the
    VX6000 I think they just allocate 1MB as an arbitrary amount.

    Roger
     
  10. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    No Reply wrote:
    > One of the developers of BitPim posted on this or another forum a while


    That would be me.

    > back saying that they have not been able to determine the exact memory
    > capacity of the LG-VX4500 at a given point in time. He said
    > specifically that the available memory reported in the Get-It-Now
    > settings is not necessarily an accurate indication.


    Correct. It is trivial to find out the total memory size of the
    embedded filesystem. Turn on protocol logging in BitPim and do
    any action with the phone. Then press Ctrl-Alt-P in the protocol
    tab and look for a class of memoryconfigresponse (it will be near
    the begining). Expand in the middle pane.

    The VX6000 gives a value of 6058144 and my VX4400 gives a value of
    1307952.

    The problem is trying to work out the amount of free memory. If I sum
    all the file sizes on my 4400, it adds up to 1.9MB. Obviously some of
    the files appear in the EFS but are actually stored elsewhere.

    I have no idea where the GIN free memory amount comes from. On the
    VX6000 I think they just allocate 1MB as an arbitrary amount.

    Roger
     
  11. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    No Reply wrote:
    > One of the developers of BitPim posted on this or another forum a while


    That would be me.

    > back saying that they have not been able to determine the exact memory
    > capacity of the LG-VX4500 at a given point in time. He said
    > specifically that the available memory reported in the Get-It-Now
    > settings is not necessarily an accurate indication.


    Correct. It is trivial to find out the total memory size of the
    embedded filesystem. Turn on protocol logging in BitPim and do
    any action with the phone. Then press Ctrl-Alt-P in the protocol
    tab and look for a class of memoryconfigresponse (it will be near
    the begining). Expand in the middle pane.

    The VX6000 gives a value of 6058144 and my VX4400 gives a value of
    1307952.

    The problem is trying to work out the amount of free memory. If I sum
    all the file sizes on my 4400, it adds up to 1.9MB. Obviously some of
    the files appear in the EFS but are actually stored elsewhere.

    I have no idea where the GIN free memory amount comes from. On the
    VX6000 I think they just allocate 1MB as an arbitrary amount.

    Roger
     
  12. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    No Reply wrote:
    > One of the developers of BitPim posted on this or another forum a while


    That would be me.

    > back saying that they have not been able to determine the exact memory
    > capacity of the LG-VX4500 at a given point in time. He said
    > specifically that the available memory reported in the Get-It-Now
    > settings is not necessarily an accurate indication.


    Correct. It is trivial to find out the total memory size of the
    embedded filesystem. Turn on protocol logging in BitPim and do
    any action with the phone. Then press Ctrl-Alt-P in the protocol
    tab and look for a class of memoryconfigresponse (it will be near
    the begining). Expand in the middle pane.

    The VX6000 gives a value of 6058144 and my VX4400 gives a value of
    1307952.

    The problem is trying to work out the amount of free memory. If I sum
    all the file sizes on my 4400, it adds up to 1.9MB. Obviously some of
    the files appear in the EFS but are actually stored elsewhere.

    I have no idea where the GIN free memory amount comes from. On the
    VX6000 I think they just allocate 1MB as an arbitrary amount.

    Roger
     
  13. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    No Reply wrote:
    > One of the developers of BitPim posted on this or another forum a while


    That would be me.

    > back saying that they have not been able to determine the exact memory
    > capacity of the LG-VX4500 at a given point in time. He said
    > specifically that the available memory reported in the Get-It-Now
    > settings is not necessarily an accurate indication.


    Correct. It is trivial to find out the total memory size of the
    embedded filesystem. Turn on protocol logging in BitPim and do
    any action with the phone. Then press Ctrl-Alt-P in the protocol
    tab and look for a class of memoryconfigresponse (it will be near
    the begining). Expand in the middle pane.

    The VX6000 gives a value of 6058144 and my VX4400 gives a value of
    1307952.

    The problem is trying to work out the amount of free memory. If I sum
    all the file sizes on my 4400, it adds up to 1.9MB. Obviously some of
    the files appear in the EFS but are actually stored elsewhere.

    I have no idea where the GIN free memory amount comes from. On the
    VX6000 I think they just allocate 1MB as an arbitrary amount.

    Roger
     
  14. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    No Reply wrote:
    > One of the developers of BitPim posted on this or another forum a while


    That would be me.

    > back saying that they have not been able to determine the exact memory
    > capacity of the LG-VX4500 at a given point in time. He said
    > specifically that the available memory reported in the Get-It-Now
    > settings is not necessarily an accurate indication.


    Correct. It is trivial to find out the total memory size of the
    embedded filesystem. Turn on protocol logging in BitPim and do
    any action with the phone. Then press Ctrl-Alt-P in the protocol
    tab and look for a class of memoryconfigresponse (it will be near
    the begining). Expand in the middle pane.

    The VX6000 gives a value of 6058144 and my VX4400 gives a value of
    1307952.

    The problem is trying to work out the amount of free memory. If I sum
    all the file sizes on my 4400, it adds up to 1.9MB. Obviously some of
    the files appear in the EFS but are actually stored elsewhere.

    I have no idea where the GIN free memory amount comes from. On the
    VX6000 I think they just allocate 1MB as an arbitrary amount.

    Roger
     

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