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acervenky

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This a simple Script which terminates apps in background.
No need of task managers or task killers.
Instructions :
*Boot into CWM
*Mount system(DO NOT IGNORE)
*Flash the downloaded zip
Type this in any terminal emulator
Code:
su
terminate
Link : http://www.mediafire.com/?v34mu9cfry61t5b
Screenshot
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Credits :
ImbaWind
Lens_Flare
Regards,
acervenky,
XPT
 
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valday456

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instruction manual was written incorrectly!!
No need Mount system - need UNMount
but in general this is unnecessary since all you can register in the installation script CVM
general script does not replace taskkiller
 
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darkace007

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do i need to type in the -su -terminate every time i want to freeup ram? or will it happen automatically and only need to type it in once? thanks :)
 

acervenky

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do i need to type in the -su -terminate every time i want to freeup ram? or will it happen automatically and only need to type it in once? thanks :)
No It will not happen Automatically(I am working on a automatic script):good:

i`m using the vision rom,it's awesome.
i think you may add this link in the rom threads
~~and sorry for my poor english:D
Thanks for your feedback.
I will surely add this link.
Regards,
acervenky,
XPT
 
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woutur

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Why would one need to use this? What is the advantage of freeing up memory? I'd like my memory to be filled 100% with the applications I use most. So that every time I open up something it comes from memory rather than the SDcard. I can imagine that killing off applications that take up CPU time (and lots of it) would help out save battery life but I don't get that from the description of this script..

So that's the trade-off for using this I guess: slower starting of applications in favour of saving battery life.
 

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    8035553121_3d79842004_n.jpg

    This a simple Script which terminates apps in background.
    No need of task managers or task killers.
    Instructions :
    *Boot into CWM
    *Mount system(DO NOT IGNORE)
    *Flash the downloaded zip
    Type this in any terminal emulator
    Code:
    su
    terminate
    Link : http://www.mediafire.com/?v34mu9cfry61t5b
    Screenshot
    8035663641_00f021aed2_c.jpg

    Credits :
    ImbaWind
    Lens_Flare
    Regards,
    acervenky,
    XPT
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    Please rename or clarify the purpose of this script you've posted. Your current description is erroneous and misleading.

    It doesn't 'terminate apps in background'. What it does is to tell the Linux kernel to drop the virtual memory cache: caches of recently read files.

    The Linux kernel can instantaneously drop caches when needed, manually dropping these caches will only slow down the system and increase battery usage as your phone has to re-read all the files again from the internal memory.

    Any user of Linux with more than a week's experience would know not to manually drop the vm caches unless trying to simulate a clean cache state for benchmarking IO. Branding this action as a 'memory freeing' script is not helpful at all.
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    So I dowbload the zip and flash it via cwm?? Thats it?? How do I knw its working

    open the terminal emulator, type the command, if its clearing the memory then its working. :D
    if you have installed it correctly it will work!

    p.s- mounting the system before flashing the zip is must while installing else it won't be flashed!
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    Which command to b typed?? :D

    ---------- Post added at 12:00 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:58 AM ----------

    Typed terminate
    Not working :(

    su (press enter)
    terminate (press enter)

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    instruction manual was written incorrectly!!
    No need Mount system - need UNMount
    but in general this is unnecessary since all you can register in the installation script CVM
    general script does not replace taskkiller