i have an memory issue and i'm wondering if there is something i can do to fix it. i will use a browser (xscope in this case) and have a lot of tabs open. i go to another app--lets say appbrain. when i go back to xcsope it reloads all of the tabs i have open. it appears as though android is closing xscope to free up memory for appbrain. this really pisses me off because there are tons of things in memory that i would rather have closed instead of the browser. ive recently went on a unintstall killing spree and uninstalled all apps that i saw were in memory (killing them doesn't work because they come back). i thought this would give me more free memory so that the os doesn't kill off the browser so fast. this didn't work. it looks like the os allocated more memory to the apps that were left in memory. i read recently that froyo made android kill off background apps faster but this is ridiculous. i commonly switch from the browser to [any app] and then back to the browser only to find that it has been closed... yet again. does anyone know a system setting either in the os or the app itself where i could set the priority of the process so that it doesn't get killed so fast? or can i set an app to never be killed by android due to low memory?