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AutoKiller – Memory Management for Android
AutoKiller is a memory management application for your Android device.
Developed by XDA forum member ratson, AutoKiller is designed to fine-tune and make your device run smoother and faster by configuring the system’s internal memory management routines.
The application also features a full-powered process manager and is confirmed to be working on (but not limited to) the Nexus One, HTC Hero, HTC Dream.
Originally posted by ratson:
- process manager
- simple/advanced mode
- shortcuts to presets
- settings reapply on boot
- pages/mb views
Root is required for all features to work.
AutoKiller is available for free to download from the Market.
For more information, including compatible devices, check out the application thread.
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