For this you need probably root.If you don't have root, get it.I'll wait........Ok open a console, any will do.adb shell works when you activated DebugMode in the Application-Settings and didadb connect <IPofDevice>:5555in the shell type su you command prompt should look somethign like this now: /#you can type free to see that you don't have swap.now goto the LocalDisk or sdcard subdirectory. (You should have a class 6 sdcard for this otherwise use your LocalDisk)change directorys with: cd <directory>now type this:dd if=/dev/zero of=swapfs bs=1024 count=262144this will make a file of aprox. 256MegaByte (1024Byte*256)after that type mkswap swapfs this will format the file to a swapfile.Now we have to setup a loop device.losetup /dev/block/loop1 swapfswill do.now we activate the swapfile:swapon -p 60 swapfsyou may type free again to see that you now have 256MB of RAM and 256MB of swap for about 512MB of working RAM.protip: the 60 in the swapon command determines the priority. the higher the value, the more possible it is that eken tries to swap. Play around with that vale because the more you swap, the longer a program might take to come back from swap.Important:After a reboot you have to do the following commands again!losetup /dev/block/loop1 swapfsswapon -p 60 swapfsHave fun!p.s.: This works on any device with an android custom rom and/or root.Please ask if you got questions.