Auto free up memory?

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  1. Art Vandelay

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    So I only gave 28MB free on my phones storage. Should I be concerned with this? Is this normal?

    I try to move all apps to SD, so not sure why I have so little free space. What happens if I click the free up 50Mb, 75mb, or 100mb? Is it safe to use? How does it work? Does it move files, compress them or delete them?

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    The free up memory scripts are for ram, not storage. To figure out where your storage is being used up, go to applications->manage applications then go to All and bring up the menu. Sort by size and bring the biggest problems to the top and see what you can move/get rid of...
     
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    Thanks I moved some apps and now have 98MB free.

    It still seems like very little free space, but maybe I'm over thinking it as if it were a PC.

    How much free space does everyone else have on internal memory?

    As far as the free up ram, what's the benefit to doing it? My phone does seem sluggish at some points, but def runs better than it was pre-liquid.

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    Well, setting it to higher leaves that much space free in ram. I don't really recommend doing this, because it makes the internal taskkiller be more aggressive, and your apps might close while you are using them
     
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    I have anywhere from 30-60MB free at any time... there's no benefit to having more than that...
    As for the RAM, don't do one of those scripts... 100MB with Gingerbread sounds insane... I use my own settings, but I usually have like 30-50MB of ram free... the Droid has low specs... don't shoot for crazy numbers...
     
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    Thanks for the info guys!

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    Regardless of what rom Im using I usually try to free up space in the system, since I never use live wallpapers, so they are the first to go, then go the ringtones 95% of them I will never use, so they get removed, & if I decide I want a ringtone back, u can just copy it from the zipped rom back into the system...
     
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