|Jul 1, 2010, 02:07 AM||#1|
Reduction of memory usage on iPhone 3G.
Under the circumstances, my phone has been painfully slow.
I recently jailbroke and upgraded my iPhone 3g to 4.0.
Currently, Sbsettings is running actively along with "Phone" as the only process listed. I only have 35 MB of memory free, making it difficult to even browse the web. Is this normal?
Also, I don't recall allowing multi-tasking on 4.0 when jailbreaking, but I may have on accident as I had trouble getting the phone into mode for jailbreaking and may have accidentally checked multi-tasking or left it checked after restarting the program.
How do I deactivate multi-tasking? How do I tell if it is active on my phone? I assume it is as many tasks are listed through SBSettings at times. How can I reduce overall memory usage to eliminate lag-time and closure of applications?
Thanks for any and all help.
|Jul 1, 2010, 03:59 AM||#2|
To re-jailbreak your iDevice, simply re-run redsn0w again and ensure that you uncheck “install cydia” and “multi-tasking”.
|Jul 1, 2010, 05:19 AM||#3|
I have Cydia and Multi tasking running on a 3G. Outside of using SBSettings to free up memory, you can double tap the Home button and the apps running in the backgroung should be visible in a window @ the bottom of your screen. To close them you use a method similar to deleting an app. Press and hold on an icon until it wiggles, you should then see a small minus sign. Pressing the minus sign closes the app. If you have your available ram showing on your title bar you will see the difference right away.
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