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Old September 17th, 2010, 03:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Looking at doing the rooting and one click lag fix to my SGS with the RyanXA app off the Android market, anyone done it before i do it? Is there anything I neded to know first? Is it a straight forward just run and follow the app task?

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Heaps will have doneit and ifyou do a search there will be plenty of comments about it. I'm a total gumby at this stuff but I did it with only one problem, and that was having to find out what the key presses are to enter the mode at reboot to run the update.zip file. It's power+center menu+vol up. Then you should be laughing.
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I have just done it, it seems fine...one question, do I leave it rooted, or go back and unroot it? Does it mater leaving it rooted?
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Voodoo lagfix is superior, so for the lagfix aspect I'd go for that (I was on OCLF before Voodoo came along, its definitely not as good as Voodoo).
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leave it rooted, once you've done the lag fix thats it
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Now my phone is rooted, what does it enable me to do? What is the benefit of rooting?
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Read this first, but don't use setcpu, it's had incompatibility issues with the galaxy s

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Voodoo lagfix is superior, so for the lagfix aspect I'd go for that (I was on OCLF before Voodoo came along, its definitely not as good as Voodoo).
You should advise people what else that "lagfix" does when recommending it, it has other changes the user may not like and you need to flash in order to completely remove it unlike this one.
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Probably true, because muppets would just do that on my say so without actually reading up on what they're doing to their phone...

There is a lagfix only version now though, so you don't have to have the colour/sharpness settings fix bundled with it...
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