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Mobile Resource Control

Have the HTC 526 Desire. Launch an internet radio app that sometimes loses out to other apps and processes. Is there a way for a user to control/adjust resources to such an app so that programming is not interrupted

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I used to see that

But as my phones were upgraded with more RAM and better CPUs that issue vanished. You might have to deal with this manually if on an entry level phone by end tasking apps to keep RAM and CPU free to do the things you want.

https://www.gsmarena.com/htc_desire_526-7419.php finds it's an OK phone, little light on RAM but just like a PC you have to work with the limitations.

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have a 32GB SD card... How can this be leveraged in this circumstance?

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By unplugging it.

Apps and such on the SD card generally launch and run slower. Not by much but if you want max speed, just curb what apps are running and that usually is the best.

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Not my point

I was referring to what could be done with empty space on SD card to address this issue?

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Since SD card access is many times slower

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