Published on September 26, 2017 by Android Developers
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If you’re writing Android apps on a memory-constrained machine, this video will show you tips and tradeoffs in running Android Studio more smoothly.

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62 Comments on "Improving Android Studio Performance on Memory-Constrained Machines"

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Sequential Thinker
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Sequential Thinker
5 days 18 hours ago

does anyone know how to contact them? audiophile community wants to know if the will ever support DACs or if we all have to keep using iphones???

Kurleigh Martin
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Kurleigh Martin
9 days 10 hours ago

Android Studio natively on the Pixelbook?

Abdul
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Abdul
12 days 21 hours ago

google. please make project based tutorial on this channel with all of your probable best practices put to use from start to finish making an app. thanks

Dhamodharan M
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Dhamodharan M
13 days 8 hours ago

After a long we finally got proper guidance to run Android Studio on low config PC/Laptops. Thanks

Luiz Rocha
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Luiz Rocha
16 days 4 hours ago

You can use a usb stick as Swap on Linux and as RAM on Windows, it slow down at first but goes well with time.

Gangadhar S Lahane
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Gangadhar S Lahane
16 days 15 hours ago

Close Chrome and switch to Firefox saves 10% of RAM usage

Dianto Lintin
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Dianto Lintin
19 days 10 hours ago

just upgrade to SSD!Im using i3 processor 4gb ram + SSD and it's working fast! Better & faster than i7 – 8gb with HDD.

Abdul
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Abdul
23 days 23 hours ago

is 8gb memory constraint?

Liran Barsisa
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Liran Barsisa
24 days 7 hours ago

None of those will help. Even if I give it 3GB of RAM, the IDE will in some time later take it all, becoming slower and slower.I think there is a memory leak on the IDE. Maybe for when using the preview of layout XML files.

Chung Wei Leong
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Chung Wei Leong
14 days 11 hours ago

Agree, I have 8GB of RAM, with both IDE and emulator running my RAM up to 60%, some to e later, the IDE usage keep increasing, till my RAM usage reached 90%.

Mindaugas Viburys
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Mindaugas Viburys
24 days 11 hours ago

aapt2? It just doesn't work. so yeah – android.enableAapt2=false

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