1. CH1N087's Avatar
    Hey guys. Jailbroke my iPhone 4 and installed sbsettings, barrel and the basic stuff that comes with cydia. I checked the setting to have the available ram show up next to the time in the status bar. It's constant at 50-80MB's until I kill all the apps and it goes back up to 200+. Is this normal? It just seems like there shouldn't be that much memory being taken up. Feedback?
    03-03-2012 09:07 PM
  2. Allyson Kazmucha's Avatar
    Hey guys. Jailbroke my iPhone 4 and installed sbsettings, barrel and the basic stuff that comes with cydia. I checked the setting to have the available ram show up next to the time in the status bar. It's constant at 50-80MB's until I kill all the apps and it goes back up to 200+. Is this normal? It just seems like there shouldn't be that much memory being taken up. Feedback?
    Yeah mine was like that too. Probably happens stock too, you just don't notice because Apple doesn't natively let you accurately monitor it
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    03-04-2012 12:32 AM
  3. j7469's Avatar
    My iPhone typically goes down to 50mb all the time. Unless I have way too many apps open I never even notice. When I first installed SBSettings I obsessed checking RAM but after time I just learned to let the OS do it's thing. For me Tweetbot is the largest memory hog so I kill it and open back up. Also respringing brings memory back up so try that every once and a while.

    In other words, I wouldn't sweet it. The OS is great at managing memory.
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    03-04-2012 12:35 AM
  4. CH1N087's Avatar
    Alright. That makes me feel better. Thanks guys!
    03-04-2012 01:35 AM
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