Have I reached the S2's limits?
I have around a strange persistant problem.
I have around 250MB of internal app storage space left and used about 650Mb of storage of apps on my external 32Gb SDHC card.
I am using autostarts and task manager to manage the start up of apps and stop things running which works really well at prolonging battery life to the point where I reach a good 14 hours with heavy use on battery (I have five e-mail accounts pushed all sorts of widgets and use the phone fairly heavily on an average day, admittedly I get a little less if I use multimedia to any extent) I am using a stock 2.3.5 build from which I have removed some bloat stuff so I have about 35MB of rom storage left. It's rooted and has CWM installed etc.
In total I have something approaching 650 app elements in Titanium Backup depending on what I do or dont have installed at any given point.
Without the SD card the phone boots fine everytime. With the SD card in depending on the amount of .asec files in the .android secure folder the phone will often boot up and then during the processes after boot semi crash. By this I mean it will boot up then about 2-5minutes during the afterboot it will stop working and drop in a loop where it is still trying to run after boot process like scanning for media and stuff but loses connection with the carrier and then loops. Removing the sdhc card and moving some of the .asec files out of the the .androidsecure folder usually fixes this. It does not come up with safe mode or anything like that.
Has anyone else experienced this? Have I simply reached the limits of what the phone can do? My guess is that the problem lies with the process of copying/unpacking the .asec files into the /mnt/asec structure?
Can anyone offer any useful advice the 32Gb SDHC card is only class 2 (all that was available when I got it) I am thinking a faster one MIGHT solve the issue but that seems only a possibility and investing in a new card simply to find out it doesnt fix the issue would be a relatively expensive mistake. Has anyone else found similar limits?