The Android OS is good at managing memory, but there are also tasks that take a great deal of memory. I would say if there is less than 80mb of free memory available, ones device may slow down and lag. I cannot believe that Moto put suck a low amount of Ram in a dual core device. Ram is a valuable resource that these manufacturers seem to forget about.
go launcher has widget called task manager. it shows avavilble memory. and will close down programs that are sitting in the background .
i have a g2x that has the tegra 2 with 512mb of ram. and with go launcher running with the weather live wallpaper.
and when i close the programs that are not being used. i get 207mb free , thats the ussually amount it shows when everything else is closed.
so the numbers for the droid 2 x shoudl be the same so i am thinking its the great motoblur thats eating the rest of your memory.
i havve had it show 245mb and even with need for speed running in the background i have 145mb free.
so i think the OP does have a point here something isnt right
g2x is on froyo 2.2.2 .
not trying to say anything about the droid x2 just thought this was a comparable device to compare to for you.
I froze all the bloatware in the phone and now get around 142mb of free ram...search for how to do a titanium back up and its pretty simple. need root though.
-GNex on Android Revolution HD 2.1.2
You didnt customize the minfree levels V6 SuperCharger. It's works great regardless no matter the phone used.
Why didnt you put in the megamemory device values?
If you did you would have had about 100mb free after running a whole bunch of apps.
It would be great if people, such as yourself, did not display their ignorance at the expense of people's probable benefit of something when said people, such as yourself, used it incorrectly or did not follow recommendations.
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In addition to that, the memory managment sucks on most gingerbread roms anyway, which is what V6 SuperCharger fixes and does it better than anything else out there (OOM fixes) - the minfree is secondary, really.
If you supercharge again just use minfree levels that give you the free ram you want, with slot 3 being the biggest factor.
Last edited by zeppelinrox; 06-11-2011 at 05:38 PM.