Developer Guide

  • 10/27/2020
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Trusted Application Code Memory

Before a trusted application is run, it is loaded into the system memory allocated for trusted applications. The limit imposed by the system is the total amount of memory used for loading trusted applications. Thus decreasing the trusted application's code memory footprint will increase the chances of its being loaded if other trusted applications are already loaded, and will leave more room for other trusted applications when loaded.
For code size optimizations, use a tool such as ProGuard*.

Product and Performance Information

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