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Volley Increasing ThreadPool Size Android

 
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I have this code below which makes 300 http requests and each request returns 10000 rows from database. Total size of 10000 is approximately 0.4mb. So 300*0.4  = 120mb.

**Questions**:  

1. How increasing the ThreadPool size for handing requests in Volley, can affect the perfomance in app? I change it to 12, but the execution time and size of data was the same as with 4. Is there any difference at all?
2. When in creasing the number of Volley threads, does the resulted data increase as well? If had 1 thread the maximum returned data each time would be 0.4mb. But if we had 4, the maximum would be 1.6mb.

**Emulator**: 4 Cores MultiThread

 
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This looks like the same question you asked in https://coderanch.com/t/696343/Android/mobile/Determine-mbytes-GC-Android, so let's continue the discussion over there and close this one.
 
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