Increased maximum limit and 30 minute clean up interval

AMM has just been released to the market. It’s a fairly minor but useful update.

With the new phones coming with more and more memory I thought it was time to increase the slider limits from 90MB to 250MB to accommodate the new phones. I had a couple of request for this so it looks like this was something people wanted.

The second update was also via a request. It turns out that AMM was missing a 30min clean up interval when in Auto Clean Up mode. Well…not any more. A quick config update later and now it’s there.

So go ahead and get the update :)

    • jorismq
    • March 21st, 2011

    Hey,man!I love you-work!That’s wonderful!But I found,not using non-root mode,there is no “whitelist” to keep apps which I want to “always keep alive”;when I reboot,the ones I excluded to “always keep alive” not “keep alive” anymore!I have to set again!It’s a little boring….

    • PJB
    • March 23rd, 2011

    Hi I was curious if the settings you apply in ‘Advanced’ survive a reboot of the phone? Couldn’t tell that from the info or the screenshots, but I assume they do? Can you confirm? :)

    Looks like a great app, can’t wait to try it!!

    • dave
    • May 21st, 2011

    Can you add Galaxy I5500 to allow download from market. Thanks

    • dave
    • May 22nd, 2011

    madsquirrelapps :
    Hmm…not sure. what version of Android is your phone using?

    It was 2.1 a few days ago, just updated in Kies to 2.2, two days ago.

    • Hmm…then you should have the option to download it. Anyway, you can download it from here but just remember you won’t get future updates if you don’t get it from the Market so you’ll have to check back on the changelog from time to time to see if there are any updates.

      What country are you in? Maybe it has something to do with that. Although if you can get some apps then it shouldn’t be a locale problem.

        • dave
        • May 23rd, 2011

        Actually I’m in the US, after noticing in another app (don’t recall what it was atm)where I could choose my region, it was set for Europe. After googling a bit and finally signing into samfirmware, I checked my OS version with that site and my version matches an EU version.
        I5500XWJPJ ## I5500NEEJP3 Version 2.2 2011 March 12
        I checked the file times in the /system/apps folder and they all match Mar 12 as well. So it seems updating to froyo with Kies, they updated me with the EU version. Does that mean there is a filter to download based on what OS region is installed?

        • Not really. I’ve selected my app to be available in every country that Google allows which covers most of EU and definitely US. Sounds like there’s something odd happening here but it’s probably something to do with the update.

    • Yoda
    • August 8th, 2011

    Same problem here, thanks for direct link

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