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Regarding BT audio, under the same conditions (WiFi + 4G) I have absolutely no problem with my Xperia X and my Mass Fidelity Relay. 2.1.3.7 and 2.1.4.12, no issue whatsoever.

I haven't tried it on any other devices, as I haven't had a need to. I'm not certain it's a problem with Sailfish or Xperia.
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Regarding BT audio, under the same conditions (WiFi + 4G) I have absolutely no problem with my Xperia X and my Mass Fidelity Relay. 2.1.3.7 and 2.1.4.12, no issue whatsoever.

I haven't tried it on any other devices, as I haven't had a need to. I'm not certain it's a problem with Sailfish or Xperia.
It is not only an xperia problem.
I am running solus with same bluez version on my w541 and have the exact same situation.
For me only selected BT devices do work properly, for instance alpine car units and vintage nokia headsets work flawless with either xperia sfos and solus os for me.
On the other hand i got major problems with my collection of jbl bt devices. Non of them connects reliably or plays without stutter for more than 5 seconds. The situation is like that since release of bluez 5.6(?) somewhen last summer/fall imho.
Also, on solus i had slight improvement with os updates since then.
Most noteably, my wifes x230 with same solus version has and never had any of those problems.
From that i guess a problem with certain bt controllers and recent bluez verisons. But it is only my empirical observation and could be wrong.
Also only a feeling, but could it be depended on how close the (reception) device manufacturer follows the BT-Standard?
Maybe the devices making problems (JBL for me) are not clean implementations of the standard and require work arounds not implemented by small dev teams (Jolla/Solus)?

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#143
Originally Posted by TMavica View Post
I use that method

zramctl -s 1048576000 /dev/zram0
mkswap /dev/zram0
swapon /dev/zram0
swapon -s
This didn't help me regarding Android applications. They're still being aggressively killed even as there's plenty memory in either swap or caches.

So I guess something else would have to be modified for Alien Dalvik.
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I used lowmemorykiller at ajd 9999 and min free 1 on JP1, never had any single kill. O Sailfish X some native apps crashes, but i think its not because of OOM.
 

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No issues here with OOM, using Oneplus 3T with 6GB of RAM
 

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But you don't have Alien Dalvik, so you'll never know :P
 

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I don't have AD either. On Jolla 1 with 1GB RAM
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Tell that to my kid, that needs Pou
 

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But you don't have Alien Dalvik, so you'll never know :P
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Originally Posted by ajalkane View Post
This didn't help me regarding Android applications. They're still being aggressively killed even as there's plenty memory in either swap or caches.

So I guess something else would have to be modified for Alien Dalvik.
strange
I can run many android apps smoothy, from now, no OOM happen
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