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USE MY NEW APPLICATION RAM MANAGER INSTEAD OF THIS SCRIPT


BETTER PERFORMANCE, MORE SPEED, LESS LAG


Hi guys,

After long time of testing I found the best balance for RAM, this script will make your RAM to the best optimization, the best optimization means the best balance between free memory, multitask, speed of launching apps and system speed. It means that you'll still have enough free memory (you'll have free memory as much as you need, because it is not good if you have really a lot of free memory, because Android's work with memory is different to other OS) and you can fully use your multitask, my script doesn't kill your app automatically when you minimize it. Your system and switching between apps or launching apps will be very fast.

Now you don't have to use Task Killer!



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Lowmemorykiller
-Values which mainly affect your multitask and free memory. Values of my script were made for the best combination of using multitask and still having enough free memory.

VM (Virtual Machine)
-Values which mainly affect your file cache and system memory. With my VM values you can achieve better battery consumption, system speed and speed of launching apps.

OOM_ADJ
-Value of every process which gives the kernel a hint, which process it can kill in an OOM (out of memory) situation.



Video Review (Galaxy S) - Thanks to totallydubbed




Video Review (Galaxy) - Thanks to waqasshahzad1986





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INSTALL IT ON YOUR OWN RISK.
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5th June 2011, 11:35 AM |#2  
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Thank again Juwe. I'm still waiting ur new RoM.
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Nice job juwe keep it up.
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Testing it on miui... seems to run good.

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how to perm to 777,i use root explorere?
soory it's done!
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how to perm to 777,i use root explorere?
soory it's done!

Just click in file during a second or two then a list of options appear, then select permissions and mark all options.

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Testing... So far so good. Thx!

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Testing it on miui... seems to run good.

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+1 tested on MIUI MCGv5 and was getting avg 126 free ram from 314+, after applying Juwes script, now averaging 161 free RAM.
Will test and report how this works in usage terms, bit the numbers vertainly indicate more free RAM immediately.


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+1 tested on MIUI MCGv5 and was getting avg 126 free ram from 314+, after applying Juwes script, now averaging 161 free RAM.
Will test and report how this works in usage terms, bit the numbers vertainly indicate more free RAM immediately.


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Yeah but it is not only about free RAM, I can make script with which you have a lot of free memory available, but you'll have lags and you will not to use multitask, this script is for the best optimization, so you can use multitask, but you'll have a enough free memory, because Android need to keep some file cache, because apps then start very fast.
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For those who are lazy: Here's a CWM Flashable zip for Juwe11's RAM Script.

EDIT: Now also delete's Darky RAM Booster Script
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