How is it going with adj settings?
According to http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...48587024309106
adj values determines how apps will be killed in case of Out Of Memory situations
Numbers are, similar to minfree settings connected to
ForegroundAPP, VisibleAPP, SecondaryServer, HiddenAPP, ContentProvider, EmptyAPP and hence the numbers
The higher number, more probably the process will bi killed.
You can say "if free memory goes below XXXX then kill some process with oom_adj greater then YYY; if free memory goes even more below than ZZZ then start to kill some processes with oom_adj greater than XYXY. and so on.."
So, values 0,10,25,50,80,150 for adj
will give results but also kills too many processes, maybe some important ones.
Maybe someone that have expeirience with linux kernels can answer the question:
Who sets oom_adj parameter of a process?
IMHO, by setting these adj values, you tell system to treat all processes with oom_adj higher than 150 like EMPTY_APP
Will try changing adj settings but perhaps with some less agressive parameters... let's say half of the original