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Old August 15th, 2012, 08:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So I've had my phone for about two weeks and have been having problems with problems with it lagging and being slow and restarting, etc. Well i was checking out my phone stats and trying figure out what wrong and i found that my ram is running at 76% capacity when there are no programs running. (this could also explain the short battery life) Can someone help me with this problem.

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Android is designed to run at near memory capacity to optimize performance and battery life so the 76% is normal. What types of apps are you running? Any task killers?
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