MinFreeManager

MinFreeManager


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Who needs a clumsy task killer?
MinFreeManager allows you to set the parameters of Android's built in memory manager the way YOU want them. No more closed apps hogging your precious memory.

Read info @ http://tiny.cc/kiC6Y

Update v1.6 - Now supports auto apply after a reboot! (...on some roms)
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4.4
User ratings
833
Installs
50,000+
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File size
29 kb
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About MinFreeManager
*REQUIRES ROOT ACCESS*

Who needs a clumsy task killer?
MinFreeManager allows you to set the parameters of Android's built in memory manager the way YOU want them. No more closed apps hogging your precious memory.

Read info @ http://tiny.cc/kiC6Y

Update v1.6 - Now supports auto apply after a reboot! (...on some roms)

User reviews of MinFreeManager
Meglio di niente.. ma lag-fix e simili sono più efficaci (Galaxy S 2.2)
Feb 16, 2011
root only
Jan 17, 2011
Some say that Froyo does a better job handling the resources. Nope. Unless you like to reboot your phone often this does a MUCH better job!!
Jan 8, 2011
Works well after you hit apply but settings never stay. Uninstalling 2.2ota X
Dec 9, 2010
Made my galaxy S become the phone it never was! Super
Oct 15, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Nov 28, 2014
Needs lollipop support This app removed all the lag on my moto g + greenify. And would be amazing to use on lollipop
A Google User
Nov 17, 2014
4 Stars because: There should exist a "reference page" for what each "type" will change "what". And most of the times the app wont save the settings after Reboot. Solving This would help to get higher ratings, specially among noobs and as well better customization and understanding. Great app. I still need to understand it better. Highly recommended.
A Google User
Nov 17, 2014
Great app Helps a lot. Thanks. :)
A Google User
Nov 15, 2014
SIMPLE BUT POWERFUL Why not update this app anymore? I have a feature request, execute minfree script at start up, so kernel without init.d support can be helped.
A Google User
Nov 10, 2014
I'm amazed It really fixed my problem in just a couple of touches, 10/10 would use again