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This is another memory leak on Windows Phone different from the other one I submitted.
As you will see in the Repro attached, if you have a ListView with 21 items or less (it may be a memory related not sure) you can scroll up and down the listview with a small increase in memory then it goes back down as the cells go out of view.
If you have 22 items or more in the listview the memory continues to go up as you scroll up and down, never releasing any memory.
Created attachment 13280 [details]
And I would appreciate if this one could be marked critical. Our Windows Phone app is critical to a few clients, they have many Nokia Lumia's for their staff to use and they can't use it for more than 5-10 minutes without it crashing. Or if you can let me know of a workaround, either way.
Considering WinPhone is sunsetting and this report is about 1.5yrs old, I don't expect this to ever be resolved. I also no longer use WinPhone.
Marking as Resolved and Not On Roadmap