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The actual hardware: No. It is System on Chip (SOC) and cannot be upgraded. However: You can use Swap for this purpose. However, the performace will take a large hit, even on a class 10 SD card. Swap is, in short, virtual RAM. With swap, a small portion of the hard drive is set aside and used like RAM. The computer will attempt to keep as much ...


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The answer is 'NO' you cannot upgrade the RAM of a smartphone yourself! Probably you are comparing it to the computer, as we can change the RAM in a computer but you're stuck with the size shipped with your smart phone (:


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RAM - Random Accessed Memory - When running an application on your phone, the application is loaded from your device memory into the RAM, just like on a computer, the main purpose for this is access speed is far greater in RAM. You can clear the apps that is in the RAM on your phone depending on your smartphone (Samsung for example hold home button down and ...


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This is normal behavior, my brother has a moto e (same amount of ram), and it ends up unloading lots of recent apps, if this was a priority you maybe should have gone with a different phone (the moto g has a good processor, so can run plants vs zombies, but it can't multitask as well.


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Normally Android will leave some space empty for own usage, normally by clearing cache or unistalling apps you should be able to install that app. Here that isn't the case. What I would try would be to get rid of some apps try clean master from tge google play store. Worst case Factory data reset it or wipe the data off of it.



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