[Q]Hide notification option - does it affect memory priority?

Discussion in 'Question & Answers' started by jwchips, Nov 27, 2012.

  1. jwchips


    Sep 22, 2011
    Hi guys,

    I know that the reason apps have a notification icon is to 'lock' it into memory and give it a higher priority to try to prevent it from being killed to free up RAM. My question is if you use the built-in option in MIUI to hide a notification, does the app you are hiding the notification for keep its memory priority or does it become more likely to be killed to free up RAM as a result of hiding the notification? Or does MIUI do some wizardry and the notification hiding is purely a visual thing?

    I'm sorry this sounds so confusing but I am struggling to explain my question. I hope you understand it and can provide me with an answer.

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