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I have been using Samsung Galaxy Note and noticed that it was getting slightly sluggish. I checked the RAM in the task manager and almost 730 MB out of 800 MB with no fore running apps.

Then I checked the Applications and their memory consumption. Surprisingly , the Samsung Keypad was hogging almost 250 MB RAM!

I tried clearing the RAM by press the Clear Memory button but the Android did not gain much RAM from that.

Next , I rebooted the phone and on switching it back on , Samsung keypad was using 20 MB and the phone less than 400 MB.
Few hours on , Samsung Keypad has again gone up to 50 MB and phone just a little less than 600 MB.

Are other SG Note users facing this issue? Possibly , a memory leak on the Samsung Keypad? Any Idea?

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Have you tired clearing the cache?
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Thanks for your reply. How do I do that? Is it different from Clear Memory ?
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Well, I never owned a pad but go to Settings> Applications> Manage Applications> and just select each app and see if you can clear the cache on it you should see that option.
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There is no such option to clear individual application cache.
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Nothing like internet app cache?
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Cleared the internet browser cache but that does not help , given that the high RAM usage seems to be because of the Samsung Keypad being the hogger!
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There is a clear data and a clear cache in where he said. Its just I never seen the Clear Cache button lit up (as in clickable)
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Yeah found the options - They are disabled though.

How many people facing this issue on Note by the way? This should not be happening in the first place :S
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Try downloading another keyboard.
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Anybody else facing this issue or knows of a resolution ?

I do not really want to be installing an alternate keyboard :s
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Try the Android Keypad (if it has one) or download the Ice Cream Sandwich keyboard. Pretty nice!
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I installed the Android Keyboard and it is using 69 MB right at the start. I will update if it starts increasing!
But I thought even 69 is a bit high for keypads - No?
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Normally the Android OS should be able to handle memory issues. I had a lag on my Note, which I found was being caused by aftermarket widgets. I reset my device, and am using only the stock widgets now. Plus, I updated with the latest OTA. The lags gone, and my Note is snappy again. Oh yes, I'm not using live wallpapers as they apparently hog memory.
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Thanks for your update mate

Can you please check and let me know how much memory your keypad is using right now? What is the RAM status overall?

I know Android should handle memory issues itself but high usage on keypad is a problem!
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Samsung Keypad 22-23Mb (Swype 34Mb) I run widgets and live wallpaper, no slow downs; international Note 16Gb base, 64Gb SD card 2.3.6 DXLA1 admittedly you need to take some care with what you install, I let Android manage it`s own memory, no task killers etc
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Hey Queen - Can you please post the country where you bought the phone and the firmware details along with the Android Version. Great help - Cheers
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Hello,
Where do you check the keyboard use?
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Keypad usage :
1)On Home Screen press the left touch button and enter Settings
2)In Settings Menu , Open Applications and then Running Services
3)You should find a keypad process in this list along with the RAM it is usage

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Task Manager > RAM
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Hey Queen... I see you have a 64GB SD card...I thought 32GB was the limit for the Note??!!

Does it make much difference to move applications to the SD card instead of leaving them on the phone memory?

I got an adaptor cable to connect my phone to my USB thumbdrives and everything plays well so no need to keep too much on the phone itself...
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I use the Swift Keypad since I don't like the Samsung keyboard at all. Swift keyboard is amazing! The following will show RAM usage overall and for the keyboard.
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Hey Queen... I see you have a 64GB SD card...I thought 32GB was the limit for the Note??!!

Does it make much difference to move applications to the SD card instead of leaving them on the phone memory?

I got an adaptor cable to connect my phone to my USB thumbdrives and everything plays well so no need to keep too much on the phone itself...
32Gb is the official limit, however 64Gb works perfectly well, so why not take advantage of it

I havent really moved many apps to the SD card pretty much just let the GNote deal with that, I do have a lot of music, video and documents which I keep on the SD card. I prefer everything internalised so dont need to worry to much about carrying too many bits and pieces.
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Hey Queen - Can you please post the country where you bought the phone and the firmware details along with the Android Version. Great help - Cheers
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Samsung Keypad 22-23Mb (Swype 34Mb) I run widgets and live wallpaper, no slow downs; international Note 16Gb base, 64Gb SD card 2.3.6 DXLA1 admittedly you need to take some care with what you install, I let Android manage it`s own memory, no task killers etc
How do you tell that the 64gb sd card is operational? Do you have over 32gb in use? Might it be that only part (ie 32gb) of the 64gb card is able to be accessed.
I'm not doubting but as I know nothing of these things I would be worried that if I went to the considerable expense of purchasing a 64gb card I would be able to actually use all of it not only 32gb of it.
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How do you tell that the 64gb sd card is operational? Do you have over 32gb in use? Might it be that only part (ie 32gb) of the 64gb card is able to be accessed.
I'm not doubting but as I know nothing of these things I would be worried that if I went to the considerable expense of purchasing a 64gb card I would be able to actually use all of it not only 32gb of it.
After formatting you will see 59.46Gb of free space on the 64Gb card, there are several threads on the forum detailing the very same...
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Hello,

I have the same problem with the poster. My Samsung Galaxy Note RAM is almost 400MB when I reboot but left for an hour or more, it will become 730 MB out of 800 MB with no fore running apps. I try to free ram but it comes down to only 690MB and the system very slow. And it took my battery so fast.

Need some solution too. Thank you in advance

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Use an app closer like Advanced app killer in combination with memory booster on auto refresh threshold. Frees up my ram big time.
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Maybe you could try to reset your dictionary.
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Yes, i too have been having this since a few days..the RAM usage says 725MB out of the 800MB..donno what to do.
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can Anybody tell me how do i..reset the memory usage of the samsung keypad to less that 30..i cant see any "stop" button in the Running Appln.
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Long press the home button. This shows you the recently active apps and a button for the Task Manager. You can then exit unwanted apps and also go to the RAM tab and Clear Memory option. I usually have around 600MB of RAM used and when I clear the memory this drops to 300-360MB, On ICS the layout is slightly different - you can swipe away unwanted apps.

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Install Perfect Keyboard or swap to Gingerbread or ICS keyboard depending on your Android version which is already baked in Android.

All the Samsung native bloatware apps are garbage period.
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anyone find a way to fix this? i know this thread is old. sorry...
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Normally the Android OS should be able to handle memory issues. I had a lag on my Note, which I found was being caused by aftermarket widgets. I reset my device, and am using only the stock widgets now. Plus, I updated with the latest OTA. The lags gone, and my Note is snappy again. Oh yes, I'm not using live wallpapers as they apparently hog memory.
i read last march2012 from tech republic that android fragmentation is real. that means=the longer you use your android=it will fragment more. just like how you defrag your windows pc .

i think ,any system will become fragmented over as time of use increases, then you have to defrag it(arrange the files again).

one way of defragmienting an sd card=is to copy all its content to a computer or any media. then format that sd card(erase all data) ,then copy back those data.

i dont know of any effective defrag for androids. as per techrepublic= defragmentation on android is more. bits are so scattered that the processor has to collect sooooo many of it elsewhere.

this is i guess, why backing up androids and then FORMAT it ,and copy back data= works.

i also found out that unlike my xp/vista pc, my galaxy note O/S creates so many .tec files=like a mirror of other files.

ANDROID IS NEW and have not gone scrubs a lot by viruses and geeks as ios and macs and windows. lot more to progress.

note: windows has set its byte distance to some 32kb (? im not much sure). but this allocates a space whenever you want to add something on that same file. if android sticks to 6kb or less to save writing space= fragmentation will surely increase=as you edit always files, even view files.
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i read last march2012 from tech republic that android fragmentation is real. that means=the longer you use your android=it will fragment more. just like how you defrag your windows pc .

i think ,any system will become fragmented over as time of use increases, then you have to defrag it(arrange the files again).

one way of defragmienting an sd card=is to copy all its content to a computer or any media. then format that sd card(erase all data) ,then copy back those data.

i dont know of any effective defrag for androids. as per techrepublic= defragmentation on android is more. bits are so scattered that the processor has to collect sooooo many of it elsewhere.

this is i guess, why backing up androids and then FORMAT it ,and copy back data= works.

i also found out that unlike my xp/vista pc, my galaxy note O/S creates so many .tec files=like a mirror of other files.

ANDROID IS NEW and have not gone scrubs a lot by viruses and geeks as ios and macs and windows. lot more to progress.

note: windows has set its byte distance to some 32kb (? im not much sure). but this allocates a space whenever you want to add something on that same file. if android sticks to 6kb or less to save writing space= fragmentation will surely increase=as you edit always files, even view files.
You don't need to de-frag solid state media. Performance hits because of fragmented files is primarily a hard disk issue. I have yet to see persuasive evidence that solid state (flash) memory or RAM defragmentation utilties do much if anything.

Android is not new. It's a specialised form of Linux, itself based on Unix, which has been around since the 1970s and is the most widely used family of operating systems.

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I finally got my Note to run pretty smooth too with ICS 4.03. Doing a hard reset (volume up+ power button+ home button) seems to do it too although my root is now broken. I found some RSS Google readers would slow down my phone and you have to root the Note to shut off all the crap Samsung bloat ware which was decreasing my battery by 30% every day.
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32Gb is the official limit, however 64Gb works perfectly well, so why not take advantage of it

I havent really moved many apps to the SD card pretty much just let the GNote deal with that, I do have a lot of music, video and documents which I keep on the SD card. I prefer everything internalised so dont need to worry to much about carrying too many bits and pieces.
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Have been perusing the forum looking for an answer to my issue w/ my new note in regards to my sd card and saving all my music to it. Your reply here looks as if you may know the answer. Could you lend a few minutes and give this a look see?

My quandry: I am new to Android-longtime Iphone user. I know Android uses memory much differently than Apple products. From what I have done and see, I keep maxing out on my memory when I add all my music to the phone even when I place all my music on the sd card. For some reason I am not aware of, even though I place all the music on the sd card, some of it is distributed to the internal memory as well. I end up with a maxed out internal memory-is there a trick in getting around this so I can add the 20 gb of music I have and not max out my phones other resources? I end up having less than 10 mb's free on my phone and some apps will not open due to this issue.

Forgive me if this sounds dumb-I'm trying to learn this system.

Frustrated.

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This thread seems to have deviated drastically from its OP, so in response to the OP, i too have the same issue with regards to RAM, and in my experience i dont think it has anything to do with the keyboard as i have swiftkey which uses around 20mb and my RAM sits at 600-700mb with barely anything open. To fix this i find myself having to reboot the phone and it drops back to what i would consider a considerable amount (250-350mb). However as time goes on, and it may even be sat in my pocket not doing anything, the amount of used RAM increases(again with not much running) until it is back up in the high 600's, this of course causes the phone to lag slightly especially when exiting an app for example. So every morning before i unplug i find myself rebooting the phone, and its damn irritating to be honest.

I've seen a few threads about this on the net but every single one seems to deviate from the original point with no answer/explanation or suggestion. I'm wondering if anyone else has this same issue and knows a fix for it? i'm currently on a custom ICS ROM-->RocketRom v7 as stock ICS had this issue particularly bad.

is it an ICS issue that we should wait for a fix for from Samsung or what? as i didnt have this issue on GB, and have been considering going back.

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Hi All,

This thread seems not have solution to the problem what we all are facing. Please share if anyone got solution to the increase in RAM and performance issue of note.

Will update if got any solution.


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Well, I can only say is that I have over 100 apps installed and I hammer my Note and it runs beautifully. I'm running stock ICS. No memory or other performance problems here.

If you are having problems I can only think there is a suspect app hogging resources. If I was you I would do a factory reset and note which recently installed app coincides with the commencement of problems - if at all.

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