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Default bug identification- might be linked to overheat?

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and you should see that your available ram is only 1.xx MB (2.71GB) the important thing here is the MB. I was puzzed so i downloaded a seperate ram app, and indeed, the available ram should be 1.xx GB. could it be that this bug causes the phone to think that there is insufficiant ram, hence it keeps clearing ram, resulting in overheating?
 
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Pretty sure that's how much is in use, because I have WAY more than 2gb of internal memory free....
 
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Pretty sure that's how much is in use, because I have WAY more than 2gb of internal memory free....
but technically speaking it is impossible for only 1.25MB(for example) of ram in use...the default xperia launcher already uses 60+MB lol.
 
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I actually stumbled over this myself a week ago and thought what the hell. Just laughed it off.

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Default Seems right

Mine says 2.21 of 2.71GB so I'm assuming I have 2.21 free. Still suffer overheat issue when taking photos.

2.71 is most likely the RAM available after OS?
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