iOS 4.0 Free up memory

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  1. Bl1tzkrieg

    Bl1tzkrieg Active Member

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    I was watching a movie on my iPod today, and it started skipping a bit. So i paused the movie thinking my RAM was running pretty low (It was on 3MB) So then i tried freeing the memory through SBsettings. I did and the movie just crashed out

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    I was wandering if there is a simpler way to free up memory without having to go into SBsettings every time.. Anyone have any ideas?
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    Nickmadkiller Well-Known Member

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    Not that I know of.You might want to search around though.
  3. Bl1tzkrieg

    Bl1tzkrieg Active Member

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    I came across this thing in Cydia called Memory Tap, i tried installing it and everything went fine. But i went into activator and it wasn't there..
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    Nickmadkiller Well-Known Member

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    Well idk what to say :|.
  5. Kaydin

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    Had your issue. Just restore and set it up as a new iPod touch. For me, it worked.
  6. DarkAura17

    DarkAura17 Well-Known Member

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    lol did you try freeing up memory while you were still watching the movie. bad idea, only free up memory on the homescreen.
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    Numbah81 Banned

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    Launch daemons remove em and voila
  8. Oliver Barker

    Oliver Barker New Member

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    Turn it off and one again

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    Otherwise see how much stuff you've got running in the background. Cydia packages and stuff. Don't forget your on a 8Gb 3rd gen so if you've enabled multitasking and background wallpapers check out tutorials to make them run smoother.

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