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It is a general rule of thumb that all phones have less space than their advertised capacity. Can't be helped. It's never that big of a difference though.
Do not worry about your RAM being full as in a Linux OS it is not a bad thing. The system tries to fill up your RAM as you open applications and whenever you open an App again it is loaded from the RAM which takes fewer resources then loading the App from scratch. Letting an App stay in RAM does not take a lot of resources and the system is smart enough to ...
I'm presently on the same device and encountering same issue. I've heard from several threads that it's due to the RAM the phone came with. The ram is just 512mb and hence cannot carry much tasks. I'm planning on expanding the ram and i suggest u do same cus i've read testimonies about that. Bt to do that, u need to change ur memory card cus it can't carry ...
How do I find out the amount of memory allocated to each application in any smartphone? Call getMemoryClass() on ActivityManager, which returns the heap limit in MB.
I am guessing you are not considering adding more physical RAM to your phone, because it is not possibly at least not safely! You could try and remove applications you dont use, many of them have background services running. Disable live wallpapers if any! Root your phone and remove all bloatware. Install a light launcher on your phone and see how that ...
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