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Old December 1st, 2012, 12:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Girlfriends Wildfire going crazy

Its so slow, unresponsive and literally has a mind of its own alot of the time.
The touch screen itself is weird, heres an example:

4am the other morning, she had a twitter notifcation and it woke me up so I just checked what it was... or tried I should say. Ended up ringing her Mum up at 4 in the morning and couldnt even hang up the call, I panic'd and pulled the battery out haha

Not sure what to do with it, was thinking about rooting it and seeing if another ROM would help make the phone run abit smoother.

Also she always has problems with the internal memory with the phone, Like I see is a very common problem with everyone

Any recommendations what could be done? or has everything Ive said it ring bells to all the Wildfire S users

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Make sure you always have a minimum of 20mb of free space or your phone will be impossibly slow.
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