One Solution to Get Rid of Lag on Android

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  • 22 Jan 2013
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  • Most Android users choose to install a great deal of apps on their device(s). As the time passes the system becomes a little less responsive and we experience what is called “lag” of “stutter” when working with the interface. Here is a fix for rooted users.


    Due to the complexity of the solution, LagFix by developer Grilled Monkey only works with rooted devices. The developer has managed to workout a way to get rid of the occasional stutter or lag users experience when working with their Android device. As the developer explains, heavy usage and a great deal of apps installed on the system can cause it to become slower then it was the moment you firs started working with it.

    LagFix aims to solve the TRIM bug affecting most devices. According to the user’s reports, it would seem the bug mostly affects Nexus and HTC devices. Without solving the problem with complex Linux specific tools, the app provides a simple means to trim partitions, therefor bringing the OS back to its full potential. The apps interface lets you select which partitions to trim among the three choices available: system, data and cache. Once it is done you only need to reboot the device and see the results. The app has managed to gather an impressive score on the Play Store from the users that tried it.


    LagFix is available for rooted users, provided for free on the Play Store.

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