Autokiller

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  1. stlcity

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    Do any of u guys use Autokiller to regulate androids internal memory management. If so could u post some of the settings that u use. Thanks.

    Also there is an option in spare parts to enable compcache. Can someone explain its utility.
     
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    I can't speak much about compcache, I just know it means compressed caching. As for AutoKiller, I do use it, and I find that using the presets work just fine. I use the optimum one myself, and everything stays running nice and smooth.
     
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    I love autokiller. I also use the extreme preset and all is well!

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    I also use the extreme setting in autokiller and just make sure you exclude apps like Slacker or it will constantly close on you leading to mental instability :p

    I used compcache on the old SholesMod ROMS and it made it fast as hell for the first few days and then it grinds to a hault. Havent used it since then, maybe its better now?
     
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    Auto Memory Manager is another wicked memory manager...been using it for a few weeks and it keeps things running very very quick/smooth.
     
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    I've used Advanced Task Killer forever - do people find that autokiller or auto memory manager are superior?
     
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    I have been switching between all 3 and there doesn't appear to be any difference in the core features of the apps, only difference is the GUI. So in others words they all 3 seems to work well. :)
     
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    I think it's because with auto killer and auto memory manager it's androids own native memory manager doing the work rather than a third party app. So many believe it's more reliable/trust worthy. I'm using auto memory manager right and it's been working pretty well for me.



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    Thanks everyone. Giving auto memory manager a try now.

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    Alright so Ive been using Advanced Task Manager for a while now and decided after I saw this post to give Auto Memory a shot so can someone please tell me how to use this?
     
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    Nothing to it. Install, allow root access, and to start try one of the defaults (I'm using aggressive). You can also customize each individual group memory allocation if you desire.
     
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    Yup, it's really set it and forget it lol. Wth auto memory manager you can set the priority of different apps too! Though I can't seem to get it to stick lol



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