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    letitbeknowniap192006 Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi i am new to the forums and i needed some help. I rooted my phkne last night and i am having some issues. I deleted a lot of he filler apps but i also deleted skype in the process. Is there a way to get it back? Also my phone is horrendously slow now, the opposite of what the root was supposed to accomplish, i even had a 2200 quad benchmark score. Now my pages and downloads take forever. I thought there woulx be a way to get back to defaults to solve the problem. I unrooted too using one click lag fix and nothing changed for the better. Can someone help me, i would really appreciate it.
    P.s. I know that anything i did i am responsible for, i am trying to.fix it without taking it to t-mobile or paying 500 for a new phone. If i had it i would. I learned my lesson and wont mess with the phone again.
     

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    X10iUser Well-Known Member

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    Hi.

    The easiest method is to reflash using SEUS or repair using PC Companion, and as you've deleted a lot of he filler apps suggest you do that anyway and take this as a lesson learnt. Rooting isn't going to make your phone phone faster, it just allows you access to the phones system to modify it.
     
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    letitbeknowniap192006 Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thank you. Are those programs located in the android market. If not where can i find them? Also if rooting won't make it faster, how do i go about reaching that goal?
     
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    X10iUser Well-Known Member

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    SEUS - PC COMPANION

    Install and run them, it's self explanatory from there.
    Wait for 2.1 is the short answer, as the X10 can't be overclocked.
     

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