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Old February 24th, 2013, 08:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Samsung Note 2 LTE consumes to much RAM

Hi everyone, I was new here, and I have a problem with my Samsung NOte 2(LTE). it consumes to much RAM, but all the applications has been closed and most of the applications have been uninstall.
Can anyone help me what to do to reduce the consumption of RAM.
Thank you very much

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Hi everyone, I was new here, and I have a problem with my Samsung NOte 2(LTE). it consumes to much RAM, but all the applications has been closed and most of the applications have been uninstall.
Can anyone help me what to do to reduce the consumption of RAM.
Thank you very much
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