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[Q] Maclaw CM 11.0 dated 31Jan only shows 800MB RAM

OP deadlock_gr

3rd February 2014, 03:16 PM   |  #1  
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Hi all,

First of all, thanks a lot to the developers for their hard work to get us KitKat when Samsung doesn't.

I installed Maclaw 11.0 dated 31Jan without a problem. I noticed than when going to Settings > About phone the Memory option shows 804 MB. I never checked this value before installing CM (so I don't know if that was the case before), but the specs say that the RAM of my SIII Mini is 1GB. So I am a bit puzzled.

Is this normal, or is this a problem with the ROM?
3rd February 2014, 03:20 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by deadlock_gr

Hi all,

First of all, thanks a lot to the developers for their hard work to get us KitKat when Samsung doesn't.

I installed Maclaw 11.0 dated 31Jan without a problem. I noticed than when going to Settings > About phone the Memory option shows 804 MB. I never checked this value before installing CM (so I don't know if that was the case before), but the specs say that the RAM of my SIII Mini is 1GB. So I am a bit puzzled.

Is this normal, or is this a problem with the ROM?



It's the normal behavior of Android (with all devices). You never have the real amount of ram available, 200mb are for the system. Don't worry
3rd February 2014, 03:32 PM   |  #3  
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It's the normal behavior of Android (with all devices). You never have the real amount of ram available, 200mb are for the system. Don't worry

Thank you for the quick answer.
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