Short Version: Got "Low Memory" warning today! Is there an App to manage the memory usage? (to list what apps/items are using what amount of memory?)
Yes... Of COURSE I have installed many apps.Lots of News apps. (Reuters, NPR, NYT, BBC, Weather Channel, several others) Lots of the solitaire apps. Several simple games. None of the really high graphic ones. Sticky notes, Drawing programs. Lots of other apps. NO music yet. NO photos yet.
I haven't even started syncing any files from the desktop machine. So, is there anything to analyze where my heavy memory use is?
My iPad memory is full. The iPad reports I have used more then 6GB of memory in "Other." The categories such as photos, music, videos etc are only modestly using memory. Where is all this "Other" memory being applied?
I have a 64Gb iPad and mainly use this for videos and apps when on the plan.When connected to iTunes it reports that almost 15Gb of memory has been used for Apps, but the largest app I have installed is just 130Mb;I'm have many apps installed however and I suspect that one of them has a large internal store (ie downloaded files like magazines) but how can I find out which?Is there another app or another method which I can which will report which of my Apps is using the most storage space so I can reclaim some of this?
I'm reading the New York Times webpage and have Radio Paradise open in another tab, Radio Paradise will usually stop playing in about 5 minutes. If I then return to the Radio Paradise tab it will have to refresh which leads me to believe that the iPad's system stopped the RP tab due to not having enough memory for that as well as the New York Times tab.
Here is a question for some users that are more tech savvy than I am. I recently jailbroke my iPad and have been enjoying the ability to multitask using backgrounder, activator, and proswitcher. I also have been using circuitous. I have noticed that some apps use up a lot of ram and cause apps to stop backgrounding. For example, Pandora usually crashes after awhile if I am running it in the background. Will memory tap from cydia help with this? If yes, how does it work and is it safe to use
I have installed many apps.Lots of News apps. (Reuters, NPR, NYT, BBC, Weather Channel, several others)Lots of the solitaire appsSeveral simple games. None of the really high graphic ones.Sticky notes, Drawing programs.Lots of other apps.NO music yet.NO photos yet.I haven't even started syncing any files from the desktop machine.So, is there anything that will help me analyze where my heavy memory use is?
i work for a company that services a lot of equipment, i want to have all my service manuals on hand, i have started to load 7.2gb worth of data (5200 pdf's)on to my ipad about 2gb in, it says no memory available, i have a 64gb ipad what could be going on and what can i do to fix it
we´ll get the iPad on 28 th of May after long time of waitingI´m not sure, which model i should buy (16,32,64GB). Can anybody say, which memorysize has a book and a film on the iPad? My iPhone has 16GB and there is a lot of space free. So i think, the 16 GB iPad will be ok.Mac OS X (10.6.3)
According to the dissections, the iPad only has 256 mb of core memory. While most laptops are dealing with minimums of 2 GB of RAM, it was not too long ago that most computers would max out at 256 MB. Do you wish that it had more available?
My ipad, and so is everybody elses, is said to have 256 mb of ram memory. Now I downloaded the app Pad info, which shows me how many of my memory is wired, active, inactive and free. But these four together is never 256. It Mostly is between 165 and 200. How is this explainable?
Information: 16 gig ipad Mac OS X (10.6.2) quad i5
I read that somewhere. Is that true? That's an awfully small number. I realize the iPhone os and iPad apps have small footprint generally, but it explains why the various readers I have tend to crAsh with large PDF files. Plus this really puts a restriction on upcoming multitasking.
I was looking for a crash log for something else today when I discovered a bunch of low memory crash logs in the User/Library/Logs/CrashReporter/MobileDevice folder.
I have a 32G iPad, bought it this summer. IOS 4.2.1. And I have used only about 1/4 of the space of it according to the bar when I sync it to my iMac. I have just a handful of apps, one movie, about two dozen songs, and 22 Pages documents.
Information: iMac 2.66 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Mac OS X (10.6.5) Memory: 2 GB
I plugged it in to sync some movies and a screen popped up asking me to send info to Apple. I clicked on the details and it talks about low memory and iPad crashing. It never crashed while I was using it, and I never felt any lag from memory. What gives?
the total memory of an iPad is either 16/32/64Gig, but what do you actually have left supposing you haven't yet synced it and it's straight out the box?I've seen some conflicting figures: (for 16G): 15Gig, 13Gig, 12Gig...??
Information: iMac Mini Dual Core Superdrive, iBook G3 12.1 Mac OS X (10.6.3) iPad soon... :-)
Primarily interested in finding out how much memory a (mostly) textual book would take up. Is there much overhead versus the 'raw' count of lines/words per page? Trying to figure out if it's worth me going for the 64g when it finally gets shipped in Europe.