Sounds like completely normal behaviour to me. If you download something like Advanced Task Killer from the market, you'll see that there's actually a lot more running than you can see in Android's own running services view. I'm not suggesting that you need to use ATK, but it gives you a better idea of what's going on.
I normally have anywhere between 12 and 32Mb shown as free with the usual suspects such as Android Keyboard, Messaging and Google Services showing up in running services. If I then fire up ATK and kill everything it sees as running, I then have 55-60Mb free RAM.
I only ever do this when I want to run a heavy app like NFS Shift which quits when there isn't enough RAM.
Sooner or later I'm going to replace my Milestone with something with more memory. I was all set to buy the Galaxy Nexus, but when I went to see it on the day it was released in the UK, I was so disappointed. The pentile matrix screen and really plasticky build quality turned me right off. I would buy the new Droid Razr, if it wasn't for the stupid non-removable battery and the locked bootloader.
I have this strange problem when listening to music - after unlocking the phone it is very unresponsive, no apps can be started, all animations are stuttering and it get's better when headphones are disconnected (music app shuts down?).
Any ideas what is causing this?
Have you any idea, why the open recovery didn't find any zip file?
I made all the wipe menus, and followed the instructions. I have a 2.3.5 CM on my phone.
But now, i want to install 7.1.2 (2.3.7) 13.12.2011. If i go to Apply update, i see only 3 test lines...
XDA member kfazz made ICS Work on MM brother, the OG Droid. Not yet fully functional 4.0 but at least working. The OG Droid does not have a locked bootloader, so its much easier than the Miles, but keep hopes on me:
73MB free ram is also not bad at all.
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