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RAM Manager


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ABOUT
RAM Manager is application which optimizes and boosts the memory of your device according to your demands. You can choose if you want to have more free memory available or more running apps and thus prefer multitasking or keep the best balance between enough free memory and keeping running apps in the background. RAM Manager reduces lags for a purpose of increasing speed, solves problem with the multitasking, with slow swapping between running applications and opening the new one and with low performance. Simply put it keeps your device running smoothly and boosts the performance in all directions. There are several preset profiles which are all set according to size of you RAM and you can simply boost speed of your device by selecting specific profile which you actually need. Because of this feature, you can use this application on all devices regardless of your RAM size.

You can find here also some other useful features. Section "Dashboard" includes your memory information, so you can monitor your free and used memory. Users who have problem with restarting their launcher can use feature "Lock launcher in memory" which prevents your launcher from being killed. You can also use this application for managing and creating swap files to virtually enlarge your RAM size. And last but not least you can use this application for setting VM heap size and control maximal size which each application can use for its data.


FEATURES
  • Dashboard
    -Free / Used memory
    -Memory info
  • RAM settings
    -RAM Tuner
    -Custom settings
    -Default settings
  • Extra
    -Lock launcher in memory (Prevents your launcher from being killed)
    -Clean memory
    -Drop caches (Cleans page cache, dentries and inodes)
    -VM Heap size
    -Swap file
  • Widget


WHAT THIS APP AFFECTS
  • OOM_ADJ (Out of memory)
    -Every process has value which gives the kernel a hint, which process it can kill in an OOM (out of memory) situation.
  • LMK (Lowmemorykiller)
    -Works with your applications in memory. It affects your multitasking and free memory. But Android works with memory differently than you may be accustomed. Android needs to have running applications in foreground because of fast switching between your applications. It means that it's not good if you have too much more free memory. Your system gives you so much memory as you need.
  • VM (Virtual Machine)
    -Swappiness
    -VFS cache pressure
    -Dirty expire centisecs
    -Dirty writeback centisecs
    -Dirty ratio
    -Dirty background ratio
    -Min free KBytes
    -OOM kill allocating task
    -Caches


FREE VERSION
Get it on Google Play

PRO VERSION
Get it on Google Play


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mirkomarchini86, Andrea Mollaretti - Italian translation
kajt3briga - Croatian translation
rbl, stefanoxmeister - Polish translation
msclin - French translation
alekscheshir, Maxim Mentor, Bonik - Russian translation
alkis - Greek translation
呂濬哲 - Chinese translation
hdfg159 - Simplified Chinese translation
erdentec, M. Said, Ali Kömesöğütlü - Turkish translation
akdomenech - Spanish translation
Jervânio Lima - Portuguese translation
Mohammad Jalili - Persian translation
Joshua Wa - Indonesian translation
Raoul Teeuwen - Dutch translation
Christer Johansson - Swedish translation
PEDRO A S PAIVA - Brazilian Portuguese translation
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Katoji Rikito - Vietnamese translation
Tim Müller - German translation

XDA:DevDB Information
RAM Manager, App for the Apps & Games

Contributors
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Version Information
Status: Stable
Current Stable Version: 8.7.3
Stable Release Date: 2017-05-08

Created 2014-12-24
Last Updated 2017-05-08
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excited to see this app. definitely a good idea.
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I really want to try this app out
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Can't wait to give this a try
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If you need any beta testers send me a pm

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16th October 2011, 08:33 AM |#7  
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excellent idea...but could apk make conflict with any scripts ????
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If you need any beta testers send me a pm

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excellent idea...but could apk make conflict with any scripts ????

No, it shouldn't, but if you want be really sure, you can delete your RAM scripts.
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gonna try this !!
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No, it shouldn't, but if you want be really sure, you can delete your RAM scripts.[/QUOTE]

thx for your replay...but sorry for my question..
what the diff. between your Apk and http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...1022850&page=3
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This sounds very good, looking forward to giving it a go.

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