How the heck do we keep chat apps connected? Every App I have used always disconnects in the background either when you leave the phone alone for a while, or start opening other apps etc... Its annoying because I use the eBuddy app, but unless I leave the thing open 24/7 its just going to disconnect when im doing other things on my phone. I'm guessing the Android OS is killing the app from memory so it can be used for more recent apps or tasks. What about people looking into getting swap space to work over the sd card? Would that extended "virtual ram" keep my ebuddy from disconnecting as often? Anyone have any ideas? This basically makes these programs useless if you let the phone idle or attempt to do anything with it other than leave the chat app open on the screen. This is really frustrating. I want my chat connection to be reliable while multi-tasking, so if someone needs to message me I know I'll receive it.