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whats a good vm heap size?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by blaxican25, Dec 31, 2011.

  1. blaxican25

    blaxican25 Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    Just wondering whats the best vm heap size for are phone.
     



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  2. nuttmeg

    nuttmeg Extreme Android User

    i use root explorer and set my heap size to 48m, no problems yet and been on the setting since i got my phone 2 months back.
     
  3. blaxican25

    blaxican25 Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    Lol I set it to 20 and got stuck in a bootloop had to flash my backup lol thank god for cwm :) ill keep it at the 48 .
     
  4. nuttmeg

    nuttmeg Extreme Android User


    amen to that, the backup is the best, and a life saver. ;)
     
  5. Jeyd02

    Jeyd02 Android Expert


    Lol i have being lazy to back it up. Seems that i really have to do it. :(
     
  6. starstress

    starstress Android Enthusiast

    uhh yeah, what is heap size?
     
  7. LittleRedDot

    LittleRedDot Android Enthusiast

    So the lower the size, the greater the performance and risk?
     
  8. Jeyd02

    Jeyd02 Android Expert

    it's like an compression (as far as i know). If it's too low it will not work properly.
     
  9. Prime85

    Prime85 Android Expert

    Keep VM at 96 expecially with the new ROMs. You will notice a significant increase in speed over the 48
     
  10. danyvw

    danyvw Android Enthusiast

    ^^^^^^^^ +1 I tested both with Gingersteem and with 96 works way better.
     
  11. Jeyd02

    Jeyd02 Android Expert


    Yup. Just like it supposed to be
     
  12. I'm PC at 2mhz and heap is 109...I'm flying past all my friends phones...iPhone,evo,nexus
     
  13. Jeyd02

    Jeyd02 Android Expert

    Didn't understand ... in te pc ?
     
  14. Johnny Crapple

    Johnny Crapple Android Expert


    I think he meant oc lol
     
  15. revogozoom

    revogozoom Android Enthusiast

    2mhz is a little slow dont you think?
     
  16. nicholaaaas

    nicholaaaas Lurker

    really? you're bragging about being faster than an evo? a two year old phone?
     
  17. epayne123

    epayne123 Android Expert

    Changing the heap size ALL depends on how many apps you run that use background services along with how much RAM it uses while running in foreground AND background... mine was set at and it 24 and it was RIDICULOUSLY quick. IDK why i set it so low considering i dont use background tasking app barely and I dont really have a need for the extra RAM but it helped me a LOT lowering it down that low in terms of opening and closing applications.
     
  18. you must be living in a cave...the eco has new phones sir...anda yes im bragging My phone is killer you need to check out My utube vid and learn some tweaks..lol
     
  19. 2mhz slow lol...you must don't know to much most phones only have 1mhz processor and 2 is 2000mhz OMG...LOL
     
  20. epayne123

    epayne123 Android Expert

    What he meant was that 2MHz is slow since we are running at 2GHz., it was meant to be a joke though i believe
     
  21. signs510

    signs510 Newbie

    Can anybody do a step by step 2 showing how to do this I would really appreciate it thanks
     
  22. epayne123

    epayne123 Android Expert

    Download ROM Toolbox (Free Edition Will Do). Open app, scroll over to performance, select Kernel Tweaks. Depending on what apps you have running and hire much RAM they use will determine what you can set yours to. good ons to set it st are either 42 our the stock 96
     
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  23. signs510

    signs510 Newbie

    Which one do I change...... dirt or background
     
  24. klacenas

    klacenas Lurker

    he he he :D your phone is overclocked at 2mhz and faster than evo. LOL
    get out of your cave man!
     

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