August 6th, 2012, 02:35 PM
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Device(s): Moto G, LG G2, Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung Galaxy S2, HTC Evo 3D
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Originally Posted by joshman108
I got this phone in the spring and it was lightening fast. Even faster than my computer.
It started getting slower after about a month. It seemed to get just a little bit slower every day. Now it barely loads pages. I often have to reload pages. And I usually have one bar unless I am on top of a mountain.
Samsung just wants me to send it in.
I call BS. There has to be something I can do isn't there?
I know nothing about phones. Thanks!
ps, I did mention it to a friend and she cleared something from the memory and it performed a bit faster for a couple days, but then plunged back once again.
If your a rooted user what I've found to work is back up my apps that I deem must keep with titanium back up and do a complete wipe of the phone and restore your must keep apps. If your not a root user then do a backup using "mybackup" doing this could or couldn't work but it helps if you do this one every month or 2 to prevent your phone from slowing to a crawl. It's worked for me. To the first reply a task killer is almost useless as once you kill tasks. 90% of what was terminated starts right back up. Once the memory starts to get full, the android OS kills what it feels shouldn't be running to free up memory.
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