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    Apps crashing with no error

    I'm on liberty nightly .4 and for some reason dungeon hunter 2 and dolphin browser are crashing about 1 minute after loading. Is this a liberty issue?

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    What do u mean by crashing they just close? Since u said there's no error i assume u mean no force close which just means those apps are big and taking up a lot of memory so ur devices memory management is closing them if u have an autokiller or something like that installed i recommend lowering the settings or setting it to ignore those apps u can also increase ur vm heap size to allow larger apps to run more smoothly and to keep them from being closed

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    Yeah they just close. I have no, auto killer. Ii did have free memory set tp 50 I changed it back to the recommended 25, and increased vm heap too 36. But these apps are still just closeing

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    Interestiing. I had oc max to 1250 at 58 volt. I changed it down to 1200. Now dungeon hunter stayed open for a good three minutes, before I closed it. Could it be that the voltage was too low for 1250?

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    Eh doubt it had anything to do with your voltage i would just recommend increasing your heap size and seeing how that goes i have mine set usually at 52 on my droid 1 so that i can run the miui music player i would just recommend trying to increase your heap size up a bit and seeing if that does anything.

    The thing that's going on is just that your app is being closed by the android system because it is taking up too many resources so you need to make some tweaks to your memory management is all which heap size is usually one of the first places to start. Then i would recommend maybe uninstalling or freezing some apps if you have a lot installed or making sure that you kill anything running besides what you want to run so that you don't have things you're not using taking up your resources as well
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    How do I change the heap size?

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    They have apps that do it but in my opinion easiest way is to do it by hand cause you can then set whatever you want so i just use root explorer then go to the build.prop file this is located at /system/build.prop
    long press the build.prop and select open in text editor
    scroll down a bit till you see
    # This is a high density device with more memory, so larger vm heaps for it.
    dalkvick.vm.heapsize=<some number>m

    Then just change that some number to what you want the recommended usually is 32 i think but i just go big and put it at 52 ha just so i could run miui player and what not but if you feel more comfortable using an app just go to the market and search vm heap size there are a few apps that can do it for you.

    Can also be done through terminal but that's a bit more crazy works a little like this though just for knowledge purposes here's a quick script to change it to 52

    #!/system/bin/sh
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    BB=busybox
    $BB sed -i "s/dalvik.vm.heapsize=.*/dalvik.vm.heapsize=52/g" /system/build.prop
    $BB sed -i 's/hw_dalvik.vm.heapsize=.*/hw_dalvik.vm.heapsize=52/g' /system/build.prop

    then you would just save that as a file and place it at /system/xbin make sure to set your permissions and then run it through terminal emulator by just typing su and then the name of whatever you named the script
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    Changed to 52 through root explorer. Been playing the game all day and haven't experienced another crash! Thank you so much for you help!

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    No problem glad you got it working let me know if you need help with anything else
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cstryon View Post
    Interestiing. I had oc max to 1250 at 58 volt. I changed it down to 1200. Now dungeon hunter stayed open for a good three minutes, before I closed it. Could it be that the voltage was too low for 1250?

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