Memory Manager Feature

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  1. 1lg1906

    1lg1906 New Member

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    Memory Manager Feature

    I recently got rid of my Q9c for an Ozone. So far I love this phone! The battery, screen quality, and processor are all improvements over the Q9c. I do have one question though...

    The Q9c had a built-in app under "System Tools" call Memory Manager. It showed you how much memory was being used by both the phone and storage card. It also showed you how much RAM was being committed. It was really good for me since I was constantly hacking my phone and installing apps. There doesn’t seem to be anything similar on the Ozone. Am I missing something? If this feature is not included can someone recommend a 3rd-party app that will accomplish this?

    <--- will be really embarrassed if I overlooked this. Smh… :dft001:bashful

    Thanks
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    HTC_OH_SNAP New Member

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    Start>Settings>More>More>More>Device Information>Hardware
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    1lg1906 New Member

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    Thanks... That is way too many breadcrumbs.

    Does anyone have a suggestion for a 3rd party app?
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    I'd like to point out this website. If you can figure out how to make these work on our HTC Ozones, please do! I don't have time during the holiday break to figure it out... I did try the zip file in the topic but that didn't work - at least the memory shortcut...

    how-to-create-your-own-shortcuts-to-settings
  5. manbat

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    On the Q9m\c there are links to the settings in the windows folder. I created shortcuts in the start menu with the file explorer using those links for many settings. Just scroll thru the windows folder and "click" on the possible links....if it opens to what you want...create a shortcut. It may work on the Ozone.
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    I use

    SK Tools Lite free version.

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