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[ROM] CyanogenMod 7.2.4f (Android 2.3.7) [20130310]

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I sometimes get ghost touches too! Usually just standby on and off fixes though so not sure if its digitizer playing up!
 
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You can install Gemini Taskiller Widget and GO TaskManager to cleanup your memory and get rid of the apps that are leaking memory. After each cleanup the phone is snappier.
After one day usage (mostly browser). All rom leak for some reason CM based more than another.

Code:
 PID      Vss      Rss      Pss      Uss  cmdline
 1490   56404K   56356K   56075K   56052K  /system/bin/mediaserver
 2072   54496K   51264K   34637K   29524K  system_server
 8058   26956K   26924K   12871K   10544K  org.adwfreak.launcher
 2140   27400K   27384K   11543K    7144K  com.android.systemui
 8159   25228K   25156K    9858K    6468K  jackpal.androidterm2
 2159   20936K   20904K    8918K    7324K  com.android.phone
 8067   19668K   19648K    6121K    4128K  com.android.inputmethod.latin
 8038   19156K   19124K    6098K    4164K  com.google.process.gapps
 2392   17928K   17904K    6077K    4548K  com.android.mms
 1489   15112K   15044K    3259K    1620K  zygote
 1511    1060K    1060K     784K     736K  protocol_driver
 1478     808K     808K     515K     468K  /system/bin/rild
 8172     532K     528K     360K     328K  procrank
 2129     472K     472K     341K     336K  /system/bin/wpa_supplicant
 1476     524K     524K     338K     328K  /system/bin/netd
 1505     424K     424K     281K     276K  /system/bin/brcm_guci_drv
    1     292K     292K     221K     180K  /init
 1513     376K     376K     196K     176K  location
 8167     356K     352K     173K     140K  /system/bin/sh
 1459     336K     332K     171K     164K  /system/bin/batt2d
 1475     284K     284K     156K     152K  /system/bin/vold
 1485     328K     328K     136K     112K  /system/bin/gkisystem
 1501     288K     284K     134K     128K  /system/bin/panic_daemon
 1005     164K     164K     124K      84K  /sbin/ueventd
 1495     244K     240K     123K     120K  /system/bin/installd
 1487     280K     280K     116K     100K  /system/bin/rild_tcmd
 1514     256K     256K     109K     100K  opprofdaemon
 1507     216K     216K     107K     104K  /system/bin/secclkd
 1497     220K     220K      96K      92K  /system/xbin/ssmgrd
 4457     224K     224K      96K      92K  /system/bin/dhcpcd
 1492     204K     200K      91K      88K  /system/bin/dbus-daemon
 1481     196K     192K      87K      84K  /system/bin/usbd
 1496     176K     172K      82K      80K  /system/bin/keystore
 1474     184K     180K      79K      76K  /system/bin/servicemanager
 1482     192K     188K      75K      72K  /system/bin/nvm_daemon
 1477     164K     160K      63K      60K  /system/bin/debuggerd
 1502      36K      36K      32K      32K  /system/bin/akmd2
After taskiller (Gemini Taskiller Widget sets itself as service and become one of the bogus programs that's sits in memory). Better but not as good as fresh

Code:
  PID      Vss      Rss      Pss      Uss  cmdline
 2072   56384K   53152K   34054K   28976K  system_server
 9306   43084K   43068K   24223K   21028K  com.google.android.apps.maps
 9116   31396K   31372K   14736K   12876K  org.adwfreak.launcher
 9347   30392K   30384K   11592K    8660K  com.electricsheep.asi
 2140   28256K   28240K   11258K    7640K  com.android.systemui
 2159   26456K   26440K   10393K    8656K  com.android.phone
 9255   26440K   26392K    8607K    6060K  com.seasmind.android.gmtaskillerwidget
 8038   22744K   22716K    7523K    5852K  com.google.process.gapps
 9384   24852K   24744K    7342K    4716K  jackpal.androidterm2
 2392   17452K   17428K    5549K    4516K  com.android.mms
 8373   18000K   17980K    5171K    4020K  com.android.inputmethod.latin
 9298   20932K   20880K    5079K    3260K  android.process.contacts
 1489   15092K   15024K    2689K    1440K  zygote
 1477    1884K    1880K    1756K    1752K  /system/bin/debuggerd
 9023    1452K    1452K    1009K     956K  /system/bin/mediaserver
 1511    1088K    1088K     819K     784K  protocol_driver
 1478     808K     808K     506K     468K  /system/bin/rild
 9396     592K     588K     403K     384K  procrank
 1476     560K     560K     349K     332K  /system/bin/netd
 2129     480K     480K     348K     344K  /system/bin/wpa_supplicant
 1505     416K     416K     280K     276K  /system/bin/brcm_guci_drv
 1513     464K     464K     241K     208K  location
    1     292K     292K     221K     180K  /init
 1475     304K     304K     173K     164K  /system/bin/vold
 1459     328K     324K     170K     164K  /system/bin/batt2d
 9392     356K     352K     157K     140K  /system/bin/sh
 1487     344K     344K     137K     108K  /system/bin/rild_tcmd
 1501     280K     276K     133K     128K  /system/bin/panic_daemon
 1485     324K     324K     131K     112K  /system/bin/gkisystem
 1495     272K     268K     124K     120K  /system/bin/installd
 1005     164K     164K     124K      84K  /sbin/ueventd
 1514     252K     252K     109K     100K  opprofdaemon
 1497     232K     232K     107K     104K  /system/xbin/ssmgrd
 1507     212K     212K     106K     104K  /system/bin/secclkd
 1481     204K     200K      98K      96K  /system/bin/usbd
 4457     216K     216K      95K      92K  /system/bin/dhcpcd
 1492     196K     192K      90K      88K  /system/bin/dbus-daemon
 1474     196K     192K      83K      80K  /system/bin/servicemanager
 1496     172K     168K      82K      80K  /system/bin/keystore
 1482     188K     184K      75K      72K  /system/bin/nvm_daemon
 1502      36K      36K      32K      32K  /system/bin/akmd2
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If you don't use Google Maps, feel free to delete/rename the apk from /system/app. It uses incredibly high amount of resident resources, as you can see.
 
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If you don't use Google Maps, feel free to delete/rename the apk from /system/app. It uses incredibly high amount of resident resources, as you can see.
Is there anyway to keep it but stop it running?

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Is there anyway to keep it but stop it running?

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Freeze it then unfreeze before use but that would partialy make sense only if used extremly rare.

The best way is to configure autorun properties of an application and disable it's after startup receiver.
Eventualy you can disable some other event receviers like power connected. Other receivers like app installed could be due to installation of some parts related to or used by maps (i have no idea what that might be for this app) so if you install such things you should not disable them (or enable them as neccesary, it all depends what you do and how often). Then, maps will run again when you install/uninstall any app but can be force stopped.

Gemini app manager could do it but i had some issues on newer versions of CM7. Autostarts app (recomened by kabaldan after gemini failed for me) by michael elsdorfer curently works best. But it's not free app.
 
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Same to me. I just reboot everynight before going to sleep!

I'm agree that Google Maps eats lot of ram; what about using something like BRUT MOD?

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why not just enable the gmaps hack? now it can be toggled even without reboot.

also writing 0 to /proc/sys/vm/overcomit_memory seems to help

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@puffo81: wouldn't rebooting after wake-up make more sense? To start fresh after you boot up?

@peshovec: gmaps hack is enabled by default in cm7.
 
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@puffo81: wouldn't rebooting after wake-up make more sense? To start fresh after you boot up?
You're right, but in the morning I'm too sleepy to remember to reboot =)
btw I think that memory wasting doesn't increase if you don't use it.. just a sensation..

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@peshovec: gmaps hack is enabled by default in cm7.
Gmaps hack disables the NetworkLocationService and that saves memory, but Gmaps itself uses a lot of ram anyway! brut MOD or similar should be lighter..
 
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Puffo81 you're right no using phone at all poses to not leak a ram. When you use many many apps in short time it can cause leaking memory very fast, my record is half day and I have to reboot.

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