Can the memory script be disabled?

Discussion in 'Bugless' started by snrsuave, May 24, 2010.

  1. snrsuave
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    I've been running BB 1.0 since it came out and I love it, but recently I've been having problems with the built in memory management closing my apps. I have ran the free50mb script to try and alleviate the issue, but it's still closing my apps. In particular, Homerun3D won't even let me finish a game. As soon as a round is over, I get kicked back to the home screen. Is there a way to disable Pete's memory management so my apps stop closing themselves? I have also tried the Auto Memory Manager app from the market, but the settings don't seem to stick. I think Pete's settings are overriding them. Thanks for you help guys!
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    I use the free100mb script which is even more agressive than the free 50 and I don't have any problems with apps closing while I'm using them . If your playing homerun and don't open another app while your playing the task manager isn't going to kill it to free space. I just tried playing the game and it didn't kill it untill I opened two more apps on top of it. So I'm not entirley sure its the script that's causing the probllem,u could also try the free 25
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    I am curious of this also. I have mine set with the free50mb script and I can't listen to music, navigate, and check email without one of them closing on me.
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    Edit the contents of /system/xbin/pete to your liking.
    Use bit.ly/xdamemory as a reference