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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by daniel178, Aug 30, 2011.

  1. daniel178

    daniel178 Member
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    Hello!
    I am using BAMF 1.6.3 (I know, old). But i have been using it for a while now and all has been fine. However, just yesterday, for no reason (no new apps or anything, no new settings) my Thunderbolt became INCREDIBLY slow. Everything now VERY laggy, almost to the point where I can't hardly use it. Doesn't matter what it is, scrolling, opening apps, new browser windows, even clicking on an icon there is a terrible lag (I press it, THEN it highlights, THEN it starts to open, which can take like 10 seconds). Trying to type (texts, emails, whatever) is almost unbearable. I can type like 3 words before they show up on the screen.

    What happened and what can I do?
     



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  2. Turdbogls

    Turdbogls Android Expert

    does a reboot fix it?
    sounds like something is running in the backgrouns sucking up processing power. i know once in a while i will leave tune-in radio on in the background and i notice a little lag...couple that with a live wallpaper and the phone is almost un-useable.

    if a reboot doesn't fix it, i would suggest a full wipe and maybe flashing the ROM again...or better yet, flashing the latest Das Bamf or other ROM based on the latest GB leak.
     
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  3. daniel178

    daniel178 Member
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    Rebooting doesn't fix it. I forced closed Tune-In, and I don't have live wallpapers on. It does sound like a processor issue, but it is WAY too drastic to just be Tune-In Radio.
     
  4. Yeahha

    Yeahha Usually off topic

    Try booting in recovery and clearing cache and dalvik cache. There may be a feature like comp cache on within the rom that can cause lag after a while, you could try rooting around in the toolkit to soon if something like that is on
     
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  5. daniel178

    daniel178 Member
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    Ok. I cleare# the dalvik cache. It did not work. I didnt clear anything else because the only other thing i could find in the recovery menu was "wipe cache partition" and i wasnt sure if thats what you were talking about.

    any other ideas?
     
  6. Turdbogls

    Turdbogls Android Expert

    yes, wipe cache partitions. just if that doesn't fix it, i would say wipe data, and either flash the ROM again, or try another ROM. very weird issue.
     
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