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By e_m_e2000, Member on 15th March 2014, 05:08 AM
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hi
i have htc hd2 running jeally bean 4.2.2 on native SD, i have only 420 MB RAM, when i go to apps >>> running apps
i found a lot of apps using RAM such as Google search, Google services, Google play, settings, keyboard and some off my running apps such as Facebook, twitter

so my phone running slow

if there any way to increase RAM?
or stop this apps from running in background ?
 
 
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hi
i have htc hd2 running jeally bean 4.2.2 on native SD, i have only 420 MB RAM, when i go to apps >>> running apps
i found a lot of apps using RAM such as Google search, Google services, Google play, settings, keyboard and some off my running apps such as Facebook, twitter

so my phone running slow

if there any way to increase RAM?
or stop this apps from running in background ?

Hd2 actually has 576mb of ram. Some of it is reserved for kernel and gpu, but we still havent allocated all of it. I suggest for freeing ram is to make lmk values higher and to use the task killer

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Hd2 actually has 576mb of ram. Some of it is reserved for kernel and gpu, but we still havent allocated all of it. I suggest for freeing ram is to make lmk values higher and to use the task killer

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thanks MR.lolerpro8
but please how i can make lmk values higher?

is Smart RAM Booster good task manger app and will help my case ?
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thanks MR.lolerpro8
but please how i can make lmk values higher?

is Smart RAM Booster good task manger app and will help my case ?

For lmk values use some kernel twraker

And i preffer clean master for task killer
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For lmk values use some kernel twraker

And i preffer clean master for task killer


sorry
i listen about lmk values for my first time, what did you mean with kernel twraker ?

if there is an app to do it please tell me its name
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i listen about lmk values for my first time, what did you mean with kernel twraker ?

if there is an app to do it please tell me its name

Lmk - low memory killer
Its used by Android system to kill the apps when its running out of ram. And yes kernel tweaker will do just fine

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Lmk - low memory killer
Its used by Android system to kill the apps when its running out of ram. And yes kernel tweaker will do just fine

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thanks MR.lolerpro8 i will try
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