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    I have searched the forums, but I can't seem to find anything like this. If I missed it, sorry about that. My ATT Pixi (3 weeks new) has twice now reported the TMC error, but the problem is, I have NO CARDS OPEN at the time. The first time, I simply forced it to do a reset by powering it down. The second (this AM), I actually had to remove the battery and reinsert.

    If this has been discussed previously, could you please point me there?

    Thanks.
    tim
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    Download the homebrew app Jstop and run a garbage collect if that fixes it which it should set it to auto run
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    Quote Originally Posted by 063_xobx View Post
    Download the homebrew app Jstop and run a garbage collect if that fixes it which it should set it to auto run
    OK, I did that. I also set it to auto, based upon your obvious wizardry. Thanks for the help. We'll see what happens.
    tim
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    I've never used jstop but instead would recommend installing uberkernel (many threads about this) and enabling compache...although I personally haven't experienced the significant gains in speed and performance that others have, with compache enabled I never get the Too Many Cards error anymore. This kernel is highly recommended and I thank the webos internals team for it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by netzer119 View Post
    I've never used jstop but instead would recommend installing uberkernel (many threads about this) and enabling compache...although I personally haven't experienced the significant gains in speed and performance that others have, with compache enabled I never get the Too Many Cards error anymore. This kernel is highly recommended and I thank the webos internals team for it!
    Thanks. This will be fix #2, if fix #1 doesn't work out!
    tim
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    I have a sprint Pixi, and have experienced that error as well. So I want to second both pieces of advice that were give. JStop rocks - and Uberkernel + Govnah is great!!!
    As for speed up, I started a thread about Uberkernel and reported speed ups, it was snappier - but a better word may have been smoother :-) The entire expierience is just better. Plus, since Uberkernel doesn't effect CPU speed (read as no overclocking), just memory management (compache part of the kernel) no heat issues - as far as I understand it :-) Happy fixing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by flamingpixi View Post
    I have a sprint Pixi, and have experienced that error as well. So I want to second both pieces of advice that were give. JStop rocks - and Uberkernel + Govnah is great!!!
    As for speed up, I started a thread about Uberkernel and reported speed ups, it was snappier - but a better word may have been smoother :-) The entire expierience is just better. Plus, since Uberkernel doesn't effect CPU speed (read as no overclocking), just memory management (compache part of the kernel) no heat issues - as far as I understand it :-) Happy fixing!
    Yeah, that's part of my issue in dealing with the kernel. I am scared to death of frying this thing! Other than these two minor missteps, I am amazed by this phone, and actually, could not be happier about the speed or "snappiness" of it. I have had no issue with it's performance, so far!

    Thanks for the help. I appreciate you (and the others) taking time out to help a noob!
    tim

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