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You're busy and don't have time to wait, which is why you need to stop reading this thread and get back to organizing your Pogs. Rate this thread to express how the OnePlus 7 Pro performs when multitasking. A higher rating indicates that the OnePlus 7 Pro keeps many apps in memory so that they don't need to reload, and that when moving between apps, transitions are smooth and performance is excellent.

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17th May 2019, 09:48 AM |#2  
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Oneplus set the
fw.bg.apps to 60 (32 previously)
So,you will have the same amount of max apps in memory (OP3,5,6,7)

All services counted.
Gotta disable few Oneplus app like oem log etc to get the most out of your Multitasking experience.
If not,editing that build prop line will get the job done.
18th May 2019, 02:19 AM |#3  
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Oneplus set the
fw.bg.apps to 60 (32 previously)
So,you will have the same amount of max apps in memory (OP3,5,6,7)

All services counted.
Gotta disable few Oneplus app like oem log etc to get the most out of your Multitasking experience.
If not,editing that build prop line will get the job done.

Are you saying the prop is set to 60 or 32 out of the box? And which should it be set to?
18th May 2019, 05:46 AM |#4  
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Are you saying the prop is set to 60 or 32 out of the box? And which should it be set to?

60 on 7 pro... 32 on previous phones
18th May 2019, 07:36 PM |#5  
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60 on 7 pro... 32 on previous phones

and is that for the 6 , 8 or 12 gb version?
19th May 2019, 04:01 PM |#6  
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Originally Posted by Bintang Krisna

Oneplus set the
fw.bg.apps to 60 (32 previously)
So,you will have the same amount of max apps in memory (OP3,5,6,7)

All services counted.
Gotta disable few Oneplus app like oem log etc to get the most out of your Multitasking experience.
If not,editing that build prop line will get the job done.

how do we disable those?
20th May 2019, 02:58 PM |#7  
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This is called "ro.vendor.qti.sys.fw.bg_apps_limit" in PIE and this is set to 60. Frankly, just setting this to 60 doesn't make much difference to multitasking as I was experiencing pretty hideous multitasking with my OP6T and tried everything including build.prop edit.
In OP7 pro however, multitasking has been excellent so far. Apps keep in memory for a long time and do not reload. I am using 8 Gig version.
23rd May 2019, 07:09 PM |#8  
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My ram management is terrible on the 1+7pro 6GB ram model. I can't even keep more than 6-7 regular apps open without app refresh. I know it's 'only' 6GB but than I think ... Come on it's 6GB ram this is ridiculous.
25th May 2019, 01:39 PM |#9  
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My ram management is terrible on the 1+7pro 6GB ram model. I can't even keep more than 6-7 regular apps open without app refresh. I know it's 'only' 6GB but than I think ... Come on it's 6GB ram this is ridiculous.

Same for me, 3 or 4 apps can't stay in the memory.
My Note 8 keeps 8-10 apps in the memory and it has 6GB RAM too.
Very poor RAM management on the 7 Pro.
25th May 2019, 01:44 PM |#10  
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Same for me, 3 or 4 apps can't stay in the memory.
My Note 8 keeps 8-10 apps in the memory and it has 6GB RAM too.
Very poor RAM management on the 7 Pro.

I found a solution! I disabled adaptive battery, disabled ram boost and rebooted the phone. Now the ram management is much much better!

Seems to be aggressive power management which closes the apps. I also read it's a problem with pie in general.

Let me know if it helps!
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9th July 2019, 04:04 AM |#11  
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I found a solution! I disabled adaptive battery, disabled ram boost and rebooted the phone. Now the ram management is much much better!

Seems to be aggressive power management which closes the apps. I also read it's a problem with pie in general.

Let me know if it helps!

How many apps can you keep in memory now?
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