Originally Posted by nikvshah
for the clear guidance.
Let me tell you that mine is
2.3.6 Android version.
And I don't want to void my warranty.
May be after 1 year I can check this rooting thing out.
But I am confused about "Ryuinferno" post which states without root.
And what you stated is sort of hack.
Is that good? advisable? or is it a crime?
I am not sure & Unaware, so asking foolish questions. I don't understand all the conversations done later on.
I have 8GB sd memory card in my mobile.
I HAVE ANOTHER QUERY TOO..
MY mobile also keeps on hanging.
Sometimes some call comes, it hangs. Then I need to shut it down & again turn it on.
I open menu, it hangs for a while.
Its not working well.
Actually i think of warranty as a safety net while i am rooted, cause if by chance i screw up the phone i'll have the samsung people to blame for.
I can simply unroot the phone and flash the stock firmware before taking the phone to the service center, they'll never know it was rooted.
Don't get scared by the 'hack' term, it just means its a workaround the normal android protocols. Its not illegal in any way as you are not rooting it.
You can try it, but as in all softwares any mishandling might cause slight damage(very low chances
). Go through the 'Force apps to sd card' thread in the sticky threads and you'll see the success and safety rate of the procedure.
The lag might be due to too many apps running in the background at one time, uninstall apps that you don't use and get a task killer to kill the apps unnecessarily running in the background. They take up lots of ram thereby slowing up the phone.