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10th April 2014, 12:33 PM |#11  
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High RAM usage is actually a good thing on Android unless you use a lot of emulators like I do. On PC, low RAM is good, but on here the more RAM that's used the better it is. Makes opening apps much faster. What would be killing the battery is an app keeping your device awake even when the screen is off.

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Let me first say my Ram is usually around 350. But now I have a question, how is low ram a good thing and I am not trying to start anything I just like to learn more about the Andriod OS. I have use Wndows OS for year and it was always, like you said, bad to have low ram. So what has Adroid done to reverse that?
Again just trying to understand.
 
 
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