how do u guys get extra memory?

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  1. jinjin12

    jinjin12 Active Member

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    i started up my ipod touch and on sbsettings and also through memory doctor, it says i only only have 122 mb free memory. i did nt even install many things or substrates, i just go tmy ipod touch 4g a week ago. people on here are saying they have 160mb free upon startup. how is that possible? i mean i get like 20 extra mb if i use "Free memory" option on sbsettings but is there a way to get extra free memory upon startup so i don't have to resort to sbsettings everytime? what launch daemon do u recommend that i delete?
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    you won't notice the difference with about 20-30mb more ram, but you could try the native plist method for virtual memory.
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    Use "Free Memory" in SBSettings, also you can try removing Launch Daemons (search!)
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    jinjin12 Active Member

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    lmao you did not read what i wrote did you?
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    jinjin12 Active Member

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    how would i go about doing that?
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    There is a tut on this site for removing launch daemons. look around.
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    i know how to remove launch daemons...read my post at least please... i asked which daemons you recommend i remove? i read the launch daemon post and i don't think any of them worked for me.

    when i asked "how you do go about doing that"? i meant how do i use the native plist method he state to get virtual memory. i never heard of that. does he mean deleting the launch daemon plist?
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    Don't jailbreak. Jailbreaking slows down processing speeds.
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    no jailbreaking itself doesnt

    tweaks, themes and all the other sh!+ u download slow it down
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    People. Post if you are sure.

    I personally do not think 122 mb is low. Some people get higher results by risky methods of VM as said by my tutorial!

    Deleting launch daemons could have an effect, its on the tutorials sections.

    Other ways of speeding it up are, do not use winterboard, delete unnecessary tweaks and whatever you find on google.

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