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Support Helpppp! Evo starting to lag

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by hendodo, Oct 13, 2010.

  1. hendodo

    hendodo Well-Known Member
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    No matter what I Do its lagging. Internet or just going thru menus...any suggestions?
     

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  2. derspiess

    derspiess Well-Known Member
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    What have you tried? I would try uninstalling apps you may have installed recently in case they are slowing you down.
     
  3. ScorpDX

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    Close some of the running apps. If that doesn't work then reboot. If that still doesn't work then hard reset.
     
  4. Vincent Law

    Vincent Law Well-Known Member
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    If you're using 4G, reboot. 4G has been known to cause severe lag, which a reboot will resolve (temporarily).
     
  5. pacersfan712

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    I have been having problems with lag lately as well. A lot of times when I am typing a text message.
     
  6. exclamation_mark

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    Are you Rooted? I would try cleaning out the caches, internet and what not. If your rooted there is an app that can do them all at the same time. If not then do it manually from the internet settings.

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    Also check your text messages, having a large amount has also been known to slow up a phone. I have the limit set on mine to 150 or so, but if you get several hundred or even a thousand that will consume resources.
     
  7. exclamation_mark

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    In your case I would check to see how many texts you have going in conversations and clear them out. You dont want to have a lot going or it will absolutly lag your phone.
     
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