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does anyone experiences troubles with MaxFileCnt utility?
I think it somehow spoiles the phone. I have Samsung A610 and LG VX6000 spoiled by it. After you several times create and remove files with it - the phone start to work really slow, even if all files removed.
I cleared out all the applications and all the files created by MaxFileCnt, but the phone still works really slow - 4-5 times slower than before tests with MaxFileCnt.
Is there any solution to get speed back?

Quote:Originally posted by archi
does anyone experiences troubles with MaxFileCnt utility?
I think it somehow spoiles the phone. I have Samsung A610 and LG VX6000 spoiled by it. After you several times create and remove files with it - the phone start to work really slow, even if all files removed.
I cleared out all the applications and all the files created by MaxFileCnt, but the phone still works really slow - 4-5 times slower than before tests with MaxFileCnt.
Is there any solution to get speed back?
I had some problems when I used that utility on the A530. After several phone power cycles, the problem went away. I had a similar problem when I used the grinder and had it fill up all the memory.
In both cases (fatal file and memory errors) I just try to exit the app as quickly as possible. I prefer to just go through every MALLOC and Oepn File routine carefully now making sure return codes are being checked rather than run those tests.

Quote:Originally posted by archi
does anyone experiences troubles with MaxFileCnt utility?
I think it somehow spoiles the phone. I have Samsung A610 and LG VX6000 spoiled by it. After you several times create and remove files with it - the phone start to work really slow, even if all files removed.
I cleared out all the applications and all the files created by MaxFileCnt, but the phone still works really slow - 4-5 times slower than before tests with MaxFileCnt.
Is there any solution to get speed back?
I had some problems when I used that utility on the A530. After several phone power cycles, the problem went away. I had a similar problem when I used the grinder and had it fill up all the memory.
In both cases (fatal file and memory errors) I just try to exit the app as quickly as possible. I prefer to just go through every MALLOC and Oepn File routine carefully now making sure return codes are being checked rather than run those tests.