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Topic # 175389 27-Jun-2015 03:52 Send private message

I have just updated my S4 and notice it is running quite slow.

I have deleted some of the apps I do not use and downloaded an app called App Cache Cleaner.

I see there are lots of tips out there to speed up your Android device what are the better ones to get it running better please ?

thanks

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  Reply # 1332524 27-Jun-2015 07:21 Send private message

Clear cache partition then hard reset handset

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  Reply # 1332528 27-Jun-2015 07:38 Send private message

Updated it how, and to what?




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  Reply # 1332559 27-Jun-2015 10:56 Send private message

timmmay: Updated it how, and to what?


Well 5.0.1 has appeared as an upgrade on my Spark S4......



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  Reply # 1332560 27-Jun-2015 10:59 Send private message

huckster:
timmmay: Updated it how, and to what?


Well 5.0.1 has appeared as an upgrade on my Spark S4......


Yes upgraded to 5.01

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