iOS 3.1 Availible memory 81 mb, IPT 2G 8GB

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  1. Chamilism

    Chamilism New Member

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    Hey I just saw his video from DrJailbreak.

    Here's the video
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dJliBCVC7c

    It shows you how to speed up your iPod Touch. I tried it and my iPod 2nd Gen's available memory is 62 MB, with mail, safari, Music, TouchGrind, and NOVA. With nothing running it gets to about 90 MB on at the same time. Just curious if I should delete this now before my iPod gets broken or is it perfectly safe?

    Sorry if this is a re post.
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    There is probably some memory cap and your device might screw up. Happens to a few.
  3. Chamilism

    Chamilism New Member

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    So should I delete it?
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    No. just keep it. if you notice any wierd things, like random reboots or resprings or apps crashing, yeah.
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    Thanx. Well it feels faster. When I played TouchGrind, and pressed the Homebutton it usally takes 10 seconds. now it's about 3 seconds.
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    That's virtual memory! It will break ur HD over time! Enjoy!
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    Chamilism New Member

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    So delete it ?
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    I would if I were you.
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    Chamilism New Member

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    K I deleted. Everything seems back to normal. it's a tiny bit faster than before. jmwerkus When you said it will break your HD like, would a restore fix it or would it be a hardware type of break?
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    I am also very interested in this but don't wanna risk my precious

    what are the odds of it frying the ram/flash
    are there many failure reports?

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