Auto Memory Manager

Once upon there was a thread on the xda developer forum discussing Android’s internal memory management. This is what inspired the creation of Auto Memory Manager (AMM).

AMM gives people who have rooted their phones the ability to modify Android’s threshold for closing applications when it is low on memory.  There are 6 levels of threshold which apps are grouped into depending on their out-of-memory priority.  The idea is simple: if the memory goes below a threshold then applications that have out-of-memory priorities in that grouping then they will get shut downed from low to high.

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