Juwe Ram Script
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What is Juwe Ram Script and How to Use It
Juwe Ram Script is a script that optimizes the RAM usage of Android devices. It was created by XDA developer Juwe11 and it can improve the performance, battery life and stability of your phone or tablet. Juwe Ram Script works by adjusting the values of some parameters that control how the system allocates and frees memory. Some of these parameters are:
oom_adj: The out-of-memory adjustment factor that determines which processes are more likely to be killed when the system runs low on memory.
oom_minfree: The minimum amount of free memory that the system tries to maintain.
minfree: The minimum amount of free memory that each zone (low, normal, high) tries to maintain.
dirty_ratio: The percentage of total memory that can be filled with dirty pages (pages that need to be written to disk) before the system starts flushing them.
dirty_background_ratio: The percentage of total memory that can be filled with dirty pages before the system starts writing them to disk in the background.
Juwe Ram Script modifies these values according to the device's RAM size and user's preference. For example, if you have a device with 1 GB of RAM and you want a balanced performance, you can use Juwe Ram Script with the following settings:
#Juwe Ram Script
#Balanced Performance for 1 GB RAM
echo \"2048,4096,8192,16384,24576,32768\" > /sys/module/lowmemorykiller/parameters/minfree
echo \"0\" > /proc/sys/vm/swappiness
echo \"70\" > /proc/sys/vm/dirty_ratio
echo \"50\" > /proc/sys/vm/dirty_background_ratio
echo \"90\" > /proc/sys/vm/vfs_cache_pressure
echo \"4096\" > /proc/sys/vm/min_free_kbytes
To use Juwe Ram Script, you need a rooted device with init.d support. Init.d is a folder in the system partition that contains scripts that run at boot time. You can check if your device supports init.d by using a terminal emulator app and typing:
If you see some files listed, then your device supports init.d. If not, you can try installing an app like Universal Init.d or Init.d Injector that can enable init.d support on your device.
Once you have init.d support, you can download Juwe Ram Script from here [^1^] or here [^4^]. You can also customize it according to your device's RAM size and your preference by using a text editor app like QuickEdit or Jota+. You can find some examples of different settings for different RAM sizes and scenarios here [^2^].
After editing the script, you need to copy it to /system/etc/init.d folder and give it execute permissions. You can do this by using a file manager app like ES File Explorer or Root Explorer. You can also use a terminal emulator app and type:
cp /sdcard/Juwe_Ram_Script.sh /system/etc/init.d/
chmod 755 /system/etc/init.d/Juwe_Ram_Script.sh
Finally, you need to reboot your device for the script to take effect. You can check if the script is working by using a terminal emulator app and typing:
cat /proc 061ffe29dd