Originally Posted by lotus49
There is no reason at all why you should care about this. Android does a good job of managing memory and the amount of memory in use is not something a user ever needs to worry about. There are numerous threads here that explain this.
Apart from anything, how do you think the carrier SMS blocker works?
I would disagree. Despite the fact that android has memory management built in, that memory is still finite
. I don't wont to have to install more apps than needed as it will eventually hinder performance.
As you will notice I did enquire as to whether or not the built in text blocking runs in the background anyway. It may not make a difference if I use a third party app or not. I was curious if someone knew for sure.