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    @wojpen:

    I am the system programmer (Assembler). Binary code is for me far more than the stupid scripts. I know very well how to write the value of the binary number as a decimal number system. And by the way you mentioning the entries we've already tried.

    The truth is that iGO is not a lottery, it's not even funny, and not even my beloved Assembler, where there are strict rules at the hardware level.

    iGO is stupid pack a huge amount of excess code :-). This is because if a certain man farts to prove him iGO will report :-). Unfortunately the result of efforts of the creators of algorithms without human intelligence is that, for example, then the program will report errors meaningless. For example, You get the same mistake from iGO, if you erase a file DATA.ZIP same mistake if this DATA.ZIP use it, but he does not support the resolution of the display device.

    Programmer algorithm in assembler would have done this a few lines of code a programmer but for example in the Java language must do another 1,000 lines of code while it should apply vice versa :-). Then there is still the compiler, the code that adds a myriad of bullshit ... such as detection platform versions, disabling start the program on a different platform, and the like. In other words - the code for stupid people on planet Earth contains millions of logical ones and zeros, while the encryption key (for example) contains only a few lines of code in 1000 yet still protect your data (if cipher known only to the actual creator of the algorithm). Code for encryption, for example, in XML or Java must include a bounty of definitions and stupidity.

    So I am very beautiful you please do not write about lottery :-).

    That you do not know well both Android platform (or at the system level, unfortunately) and they do not know well, iGO does not mean under doing the lottery. Personally, I deal seriously iGO barely two to three weeks, but already I can edit/produce skins for iGO.

    Set the used memory occurred to me first, after seeing the title of the post. Unless Who would have thought that a super cool Android operating system in the super amazing modern facilities will be available to dumb a few extra MB? However ... and this occurred to me. I immediately thought that - it probably will not be a problem, not so much the amount of free memory, but rather the problem (as tradition) in the program error. Applications developed for Android systems abound on fault, because are not all developed as a logical code, but are developed as "a sequence of consecutive orders."

    frejtes need the help and do not explain how much is 1MB :-)

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    IGO error message indicates a problem "for route planning" and the problem to be found out there. The problem is not lack of available memory, because the user tried to schedule the very short route. If you have read this entire thread, would not you know.

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    If you are a programmer - so much the worse ... you guessed rather than analyze.
    It was enough to look sys.txt, and remember drivers to support HD ...

    I wrote - Lotto - meaning guessing - if you feel offended - sorry.
    On our forum there is a lot of people who are programmers - and yet (as you read posts) - no one is trying to solve the problems of type 2 + 2 = 4 with integrals - for what?
    We write answers for users - who often do not really know "what's inside" - so you have to do this right clearly, specifically - but above all, effectively - because that's efficacy (IMO) expect.

    PS. I think our discussion is finished, and the last answer for colleague @fretjes - solves his problems
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    Both Wojpen and Lameriq,
    First of all I like both of you to thank for the effort you put into a possible solution for my problem. I have no doubt in both your skills. I always like it when different skills can come together to solve a certain problem. Now I have to test all of your suggestions and solutions. This might take me a while but I certainly will report back to you both (and other readers interested/navigators)
    I`m confident that the outcome will solve my problem and, in the rare case if not, I can rely on both your help.
    Again thank you both very much for now,
    gr fretjes

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    Wojpen&Lameriq,
    My sincere excuses to the both of you for this late reply. I promised to let you know of my results. I have tried all of your suggestions and found after much trial and error that the Igo you have sent me, Wojpen was the one with the best results. All the other suggestions gave some relief but after a while things went wrong again. So for me it's clear that it was the amount of reserved memory what was the cause of the problem. Since the new installation, I had no problem any more.
    I would like to thank you both again for your input and you made me a very happy navigator now.
    Gr fred

 

 
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