oleg_k are you custom compiling that kernel your self, if so can you send me the config file?
EDIT: found it, working down through it to see if i can help/
EDIT 2: You may want to supplement the lack of RAM by defining a bit of swap mem by the way. not sure if you would be able to create a swap partition with the acces to the device you have.
Total we have 128+256=384MB of RAM (Galaxy S have 512MB).
The K4X1G323B, KLM8G4DEDD and K4X2G323PB represnt the 1Gb DDR SDRAM, 8Gb Managed NAND and 2Gb DDR SDRAM respectively.
Hmm ok seems you're right. Like i said in a previous post. the best way to off set that is by creating some Swap space for the device, be that on a MicroSD card or internally, it only needs to be 128mb after all.
Edit: I used to own a HTC G1 and it only had 192mb of ram the Wave has almost 3 times that (well give or take) and the G1 still runs beautifully running gingerbread to this very day the wave should have no problem what so ever!
By the way was the new boot loader access method of any use to you, e.g can you use it to directly boot Android without using Jtag?
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