As Zenpad owners might already know, the tablet lacks a few things, one being sufficient amount of RAM. 256mb just doesn't cut it these days with android. There are two application on the market that can enable swap. The catch is the devices kernel needs to be able to handle swap. So my question is, does the kernel on the Zenpad and other devices alike support swap out the box? One of the application always force closes when I try to enable swap while the other just seems to hang when trying to create a swap partition. I don't want to go through the trouble of manually creating a swap partition if the kernel doesn't even support it. Please let me know. Sent from my Zenpad 4 Update: With one of the apps, Swapper, I was able to successfully create a swap "partition" (more like a file) but it will not enable. So I am guessing the answer to my question is no. Anyone else with more experience look into this yet?