Speeding up running speed (mb)

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  1. iWindows

    iWindows New Member

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    hi there.

    i know that my ipod touch has a max of 72 mb running speed, but it only goes up to 50, making it hard to run things like safari and mail at the same time without it crashing and going into safe mode,

    is there anyway i can bring it uop to 72? or close?

    i used spirit to jailbreak it.


    thanks,

    iWindows
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    This is the introduction forum, not a forum to get help.
  3. iWindows

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    does it matter?
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  5. iWindows

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    well, not to me, all the advance users come to check these posts. now stop going off topic before i report you!
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    Thats not a real nice introduction

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    lol
  7. iWindows

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    i just want an answer!
  8. iPwn

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    Answer: No the iPod OS has random background processes like Mail and some necessary OS functions that use your RAM. On my first gen iPod, I got up to 61 once, but nowhere near 72.

    Also, a little more additional RAM won't help, since the 1st gen iPod's CPU (processor) really isn't capable enough to smoothly run newer firmwares like 3.1.3.
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    You can try virtual memory. It somewhat gives you more ram to use.
  10. iRa1n

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    Try a thing called supercharged. It works for me i have a 2g model and i can run like 10 things in the background at once, and when i free the memory it goes to about 80mb every time. The only thing is it will make your ipod die in about 3 years

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