anybody have an opinion on "AutoKiller Memory Optimizer"? the guys website says it just "adjusts" Androids built in manager, and you can also adjust the "oom"(???) value so the program gets less importance and closed by Android OS earlier than usual. it sounds like it makes alot of sense. i have been using it and i haven't noticed any problems with it.
another thought i have is: when a program is locked up or having problems, instead of waiting for Android OS to resolved the issue or FC or reboot, i just go into the Autokiller and kill it manually. then i restart the app and it works fine. seems to be logical to me??
anybody have anything to say?