Sigh... I know there's a "magic spell" to reset the swap partition (effectively do an epic garbage collection). I can get into Recovery but it's the button pushes after that which escape me. I've done the job a couple of times but I've forgotten the trick to get past recovery mode. I found one description of how to do the job: push up, down, and power to get to the boot menu, use down to get to Recovery, push up to go there, and see the Droid on its back, door open, and a triangle ! sign in the door. Pushing up and down at the same time does not get me to the menu to do the swap repair. The how-to specifically says "Does not work with Jelly Bean". Which, of course, is what I have in this phone. And, surprise, surprise, doing the up and down push doesn't do anything useful. Googling the topic produces any number of "why the swap partition is evil" and "move the swap partition to your SD" threads but no how-to on rebuilding the swap partition. - - - - Uh, from what little I know about Linux and other OS', it seems to me that life with the swap partition, unless the machine in question has tons of RAM, is ...ah... difficult at best. And given the MAXX's miserable door which won't stay closed after a few open/close cycles, if the SD (and SIM) slides out of place (bye, bye swap partition - hello brick), moving to the SD doesn't strike me as a winner, either. Or...?