Freeing up Memory?

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  1. IchigoK2031

    IchigoK2031 Member

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    I'm using a theme, I really like it, but it causes a drop in my available memory...or SOMETHING, I'm presuming its the memory. Anyways I know it has something to do with the theme, because when I disable it, I no longer have problems with lag in higher resolution apps like Modern Combat 2, and Espgaluda II, that use a large amount of processing power, and normally run very slowly. Can some one suggest a way I can 1. Use the theme, but still get my apps to run smoothly, or 2. Find a cool looking app that doesn't make my apps lag like crazy.
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    Bl1tzkrieg Active Member

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    What theme exactly are you using?
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    Yeah, how do you delete themes on Cydia?
  4. iMiraj

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    open winterboard, click "Optimize Themes" or something like that.

    It will convert all image files to .artwork or iphone optimized .png files.

    That should make it somewhat faster / less laggy.
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    okay ill try that thanks, for the record I'm using some like Fizz or Fizz HD or somethin like that
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    Use SBSettings from cydia,you have a free memmory option to use after any app
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    Open Cydia,manage,packages(list of installed Cydia apps),select your theme or app,click modify>remove

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