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18th October 2013, 10:19 AM   |  #1  
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I recently installed Xposed framework on my phone but after enabling d modules my phone has become laggy plus RAM is consumption is more... For example before installing Xposed framework RAM consumption was around 287-300 mb... but after installing Xposed RAM consumption is around 400 mb... So for nw i uninstalled it and phone is fine nw... But i love xposed and its modules.. So can pls any1 tell me hw can i fix d RAM consumption thing... I really want Xposed on my phone...
18th October 2013, 10:26 PM   |  #2  
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Logcat or no problem. Xposed module doesnt uses ram. Its just a framework not an app

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21st October 2013, 06:34 AM   |  #3  
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I wud hav given u logcat txt file... but I cant attach txt file in my xda app...
Wher is it...??

Edit:- Here's d logfile hope its sufficient...

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I recently installed Xposed framework on my phone but after enabling d modules my phone has become laggy plus RAM is consumption is more... For example before installing Xposed framework RAM consumption was around 287-300 mb... but after installing Xposed RAM consumption is around 400 mb... So for nw i uninstalled it and phone is fine nw... But i love xposed and its modules.. So can pls any1 tell me hw can i fix d RAM consumption thing... I really want Xposed on my phone...

For less consumption of RAM u can use Greenify & seeder for lagg free usage install these apps
you need to uninstall bloatwares for less RAM consumption & xposed is not take too much RAM However it takes time in booting your android
25th October 2013, 09:20 PM   |  #5  
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I wud hav given u logcat txt file... but I cant attach txt file in my xda app...
Wher is it...??

Edit:- Here's d logfile hope its sufficient...

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I cant see anything relating to Xposed Framework. Although im not really good reading logcat so I could be wrong

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I cant see anything relating to Xposed Framework. Although im not really good reading logcat so I could be wrong

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But is der anything u can find in logcat dats consuming ram out of nowhere... it wud b great...





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For less consumption of RAM u can use Greenify & seeder for lagg free usage install these apps
you need to uninstall bloatwares for less RAM consumption & xposed is not take too much RAM However it takes time in booting your android

I already did dat... it was d first thing I did when I got d phone rooted.. greenify seeder and I hav removed around 100 mb of bloatware... and d phone is fast nw... but whenever I install xposed my phone starts laggin... even while typin d sms d words take time to cme on d screen...



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26th October 2013, 07:18 AM   |  #7  
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But is der anything u can find in logcat dats consuming ram out of nowhere... it wud b great...






I already did dat... it was d first thing I did when I got d phone rooted.. greenify seeder and I hav removed around 100 mb of bloatware... and d phone is fast nw... but whenever I install xposed my phone starts laggin... even while typin d sms d words take time to cme on d screen...



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Except booting time nuthing happend to me....xposed is mindblowing.....
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Except booting time nuthing happend to me....xposed is mindblowing.....

Hav you installed any tweaks den. .??
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Hav you installed any tweaks den. .??

No i hv not installed any tweak on my star...Currently m using deodexed stock rom with removed blotwares & some moded apps...
14th December 2013, 01:19 PM   |  #10  
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Just remove all modules and flash akshaystarmod v1.1
Its a custom UI ported from the S2 by akshay sharma
Check my latest thread
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