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  1. bbriley

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    Hello everyone... hoping someone out there can help I've been looking everywhere online for answers, here I am. I bought my first smart phone about 4 months ago the LG apex US740 very happy at first....but relized it was a pain, 2 task killers can't cut it, no bluetooth, no battery, haven't downloaded much at all and its soo slow. Thinking I have a different phone. Any ideas?
     

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    Welcome to the Android Forums!

    First suggestion... drop the task killers. With the newer Android phones they tend to cause more problems than they resolve. Android has become smart enough to manage it's own processes. If you install an automated task killer on the phone the task killer will start terminating processes that it thinks aren't needed. Android, on the other hand, will see that a task it thinks should be running is gone and will re-start it. The task killer will then kill it... and Android will then re-start it. Needless to say this has potential to create something of a unending loop between the two.

    To deal with slowness on the phone you might want to consider installing a paid app like "Quick App Clean Cache" to the phone...

    http://market.android.com/details?id=com.cerisierbleu.qac
     
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