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[Q] How do u use swapper2?

24th April 2012, 05:37 PM |#1  
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So how do u use swapper? Swap size, Swppiness... What do u recommend? And there is 2 options swap file or partatition... Which do u use? And what do u think about swaping at all... Does it harm sd-card or not?
 
 
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It will shorten your sd life


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You need a custom kernel that support swap to use swapper2...

Check this for tutorial: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1445543
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In my opinion do not use swapper ever..it will ruin your sd card..only use if you have a high class(class 10) sd card..but at your own risk

Good luck !
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In my opinion do not use swapper ever..it will ruin your sd card..only use if you have a high class(class 10) sd card..but at your own risk

Good luck !

Question to that... Where can i check what class sd i have? I have looked at my sd and i didnt actualy see anything that says what class it is...
25th April 2012, 05:55 PM |#6  
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Question to that... Where can i check what class sd i have? I have looked at my sd and i didnt actualy see anything that says what class it is...

The SD class is written on sd itself. It should be a number 4,6 or 10.
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The SD class is written on sd itself. It should be a number 4,6 or 10.

I got 2 gb, micro sd, sd-c02g taiwan in front and 1109, c701316 on the back on a sticker... Like which number?
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I got 2 gb, micro sd, sd-c02g taiwan in front and 1109, c701316 on the back on a sticker... Like which number?

I guess Class 2. Or you can use this App :Here
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