too many app???

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    How do u know when u too many and it is effecting ur phone memory???
     
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    Asked and answered before. Search for more detailed info, but here's the short answer. Don't worry about it. "Too many apps" is a LOT of apps. You will likely never have that many, and if you did, they would not all be running at once. The droid can do 6 things at a time.
     
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    x2 I have a LOT of apps installed 52 to be exact and I have 140MB available in my phones internal storage. not sure if this is average, above, or below compared to other DROID users.

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    Didn't check my storage left, but I have 95 at last count.
     
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    68 with 161MB remaining
     
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    69:icon_ banana: here w/170MB Free, but I try to stay on top of it (pun intended) and uninstall what I'm not using or don't intend to use.