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How can I free some ram memory ?

I tried to install Age of Empires (Game) on a SD card, all fine, but when I tried to run it, it says that I need at least 10MB free Ram Memory... I have nothing installed on the Main Memory (except for all the aplications it install when you do a hard reset)... Anyone knows what can I Do?

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Is it this game? If so, your device isn't listed as compatible on that site -- That doesn't necessarily mean it won't work, but they may realize that the 1710 is memory constrained... Have you tried a hard reset and then install only the game to SD? If it doesn't work then, it never will...

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