iOS 4.1 Virtual Memory (4.1, 8GB MC Model iPt)?

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  1. theiThemer

    theiThemer Active Member

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    I have an iPt 2G MC Model running greenpois0ned 4.1.
    With all my customizations and tweaks, I'm looking at around 25MB FREE on average.

    I attempted installing iPhoneVM, ended up in a boot loop, and resulted in a DFU Restore. I've read about success with iMemory Enhancer on 4.0, but nothing on 4.1 yet.

    I'm not sure theres a difference, but has anyone had success w/ iMemory Enhancer on 4.1 on an MC Model iPod touch 2G (8GB)?

    Thanks all.
  2. Esamu

    Esamu New Member

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    Just use Apple's dynamic pager.
  3. TXF001

    TXF001 New Member

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    I haven't tried...

    But I'm on a 2gMC.. I currently have 10mb with safari and 4 tabs open... Normally, after freeing memory using sbsettings, I can get to around 55mb... Although it definitely goes down while using safari.

    At the moment of posting, it's up to 14mb...9mb...14 again.. Lol.

    I've gotten to 62mb once..
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    Hurr Durr Banned

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    My maximum is 54MB using free up memory on sbsettings... sadface.
  5. theiThemer

    theiThemer Active Member

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    Huh?

    EDIT: Googled it. A Launch Daemon? Apparently it's only for iPhones...
    Any success w/ iMemory Enhancer?
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    bigjzoo Banned

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    It's for iPods too. iMemory Enhancer sometimes results in bootloops.
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    It is not only for iPhones
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    bigjzoo Banned

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  10. tinyman392

    tinyman392 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    No need for it. This is basically Apple's way of doing it. Apple made this, but just didn't enable it (Flash degrading). But do use the plist method, it's the safest.

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