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Gr5 release

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I am looking forward to see the improvements on the new GR5. so far gr4 takes too much ram. double from the FR19 !

I have around 80mb of free ram after first boot :(

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Do you have any news for us paul :)?

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FR19 was a fantastic ROM, I want to stay with FR19,

but after LG officially launch GingerBread..GR4(currently) is a big temptation, coz paul said GR5 is (nearly) comes out, I'll be patient with Froyo to wait your GR5..

cant wait for next week, I hope before sunday Paul will give us good news..;)

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FR19 was a fantastic ROM, I want to stay with FR19,

but after LG officially launch GingerBread..GR4(currently) is a big temptation, coz paul said GR5 is (nearly) comes out, I'll be patient with Froyo to wait your GR5..

cant wait for next week, I hope before sunday Paul will give us good news..;)

Well, he's always faster than LG was with shipping their Gingerbread :)

That really took forever.

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I am looking forward to see the improvements on the new GR5. so far gr4 takes too much ram. double from the FR19 !

I have around 80mb of free ram after first boot :(

That is very strange, as I have GR4 + HP SR1 kernel and I get 180-200Mb free RAM after booting and it doesn't get worse with time and application usage...

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That is very strange, as I have GR4 + HP SR1 kernel and I get 180-200Mb free RAM after booting and it doesn't get worse with time and application usage...

Seems like the total of 252 apps I have may have something to do with it. (System+92 user apps).

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