Samsung Galaxy S performance down after Froyo updateSupport


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  1. madhusamuel

    madhusamuel New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hello Guys,

    I recently purchased Samsung Galaxy GT I9000 with Android 2.1. The performance was excellent. Later I updated to Android 2.2 through Samsung Kies (the froyo update from official samsung channel).

    But after the update the performance of the device has taken a hit. The device is slow for most of the actions.

    Any clues? Do you think I need to format and re-install Android 2.2 from scratch?

    Regards,
    Madhu Samuel
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  2. andy-roid

    andy-roid Well-Known Member

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    Have you done a factoy reset
     
  3. rynlpin

    rynlpin Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, you should perform a factory reset after upgrading firmware to eradicate all traces of eclair so they don't conflict.

    You'll notice a vast improvement
     
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    madhusamuel New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks. Now the performance is better :)
     
  5. DerekB

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    Hi, I've just updated to 2.2 but the option to do a reset doesnt appear when I press Volume up, home and power. Is there another way?
     
  6. Aravindan

    Aravindan Well-Known Member

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    Reformatting the external SD card would help improve performance....
     
  7. rynlpin

    rynlpin Well-Known Member

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    You're attempting to access recovery mode. Assuming your phone is booting properly, factory reset can be found under Settings
     
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    baillou2 Well-Known Member

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    Maybe, it couldn't hurt. Go to xda developers and I'm sure they have a guide on how to do so.
    You're lucky, at least you have 2.2. I have a Vibrant and will have to wait until sometime in January for the official release. Or at least that's the ETA so far. It gets pushed back every month to the next month.

    Starting to get REALLY annoyed with Samsung.
     
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