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    U.S.A. - Sprint
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    Michigan
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    Network Security Engineer
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5 enard M.: Let's move this chat and make it a window of its own. It will enable you to view other Web pages while we chat. Simply click the white Yes button below now. Renard M.: Thanks for moving the chat window. Renard M.: Please allow me a few ...
3 thats because there is no such thing as kernel version 3.0. no such linux kernel exists. Might want to check again buddy.... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linux_kernel Version 3.0 was released 22 Jul 2011. Torvalds announced that the big change ...
3 1. Data retention simply refers to the amount of time the data will be readable, irrelevant to the issue at hand 2. The only thing that matters is whether or not RFS writes less than EXT4. The facts are that writes kill NAND memory, plain and sim...
2 Just wanted to throw this out there. I was on Sprint forever, never a huge data user. 1 - 2gb per month. I switched to VZW (SGS 3 obviously) and have done 10 and 15gb in the last 2 months. A large majority was work related tethering and large ...
2 The problem appears - to me - to be a shortage of RAM, hence apps and other resources are swapped out of RAM. So the poor performance is page faults when those resources have to be swapped back into RAM. No amount of overclocking would fix thi...