Tips: Save RAM with HTC Sense – Windows Mobile
Have you ever wondered about the complexity of HTC Sense and why it is so heavy? XDA member olyloh6696 shares an interesting collection of tips that will make you save RAM and give more smoothness on your Windows Mobile home screen. The collection so far has over 20 tips such as deactivating unnecessary tabs, HTC volume control, stop switching to landscape mode, deactivate Manila dialer, amongst many others. Members have been uplifting the database to make Sense work as it should be. Be sure to know what are you doing before proceeding.
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Originally posted by olyloh6696
[TIP] Save RAM with HTC Sense
I am going to make a big thread for tips and tricks on saving RAM on HTC Sense/TouchFlo3D. If you have any, please add them to this thread!
1) Deactivate Unnecessary Tabs – Each Tab takes up it’s own amount of RAM. I find deactivating them makes sense faster, and uses less RAM
2) Deactivate HTC Volume Control – Saves you 2mb of RAM, Added at end of post
3) Deactivate Manilla Dialer – Saves 10mb RAM,
Delete this two RegKeys
REG KEY Registry\HKLM\SECURITY\PHONE\SKIN\
REG KEY Registry\HKLM\SECURITY\PHONE\SmartDial\
4) Kill AlbumSearcher.exe and AudioSearcher.exe – Saves up to 6mb RAM
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