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What Is MVM And How Do I Use It On My SPH-M620 (UpStage)?
MVM, also known as Multi-Tasking Virtual Machine, is a Java Virtual Machine which executes a number of Java applications in the background simultaneously, according to available memory space. The SPH-m620 (UpStage) is one of the first handsets with a preloaded MVM Java application.
Note: MVM will not launch unless a Java application is currently running, such as Sprint Music Player.
The Multi-Tasking Virtual Menu (MVM), provides the capability to perform multiple functions simultaneously, such as those listed below:
To Launch MVM follow the steps below:
The Java application, Sprint Music Player, will continue to remain active and the music will continue to play in the background
Note: When attempting to run multiple java applications, the device may display a warning stating there is not enough memory space to run a requested java application.
Under these circumstances be sure to exit or close some of the applications currently running and try launching desired application again. To close running applications to free memory:
Music Player requires more memory to run. You may experience delay or slowness when accessing MVM if you have multiple programs active.
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