Support Memory Reallocation of the Android OS

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by appleaj, Jul 6, 2010.

  1. appleaj

    appleaj Well-Known Member
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    From what I've read on these forums, Android only uses what programs are necessary and that the other programs, while taking memory, aren't hurting battery life or utilizing the CPU. So therefore, the task killers are useless and only cause more battery usage by causing the need to restart these programs.

    So my question is to those who understand memory allocation, what happens when you run out of memory? What priorities does Android go by?
     

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  2. callmeox

    callmeox Well-Known Member
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    The answer to your question is here

    Memory Management in Android Welcome to Mobile World !!!
     

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