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Extremely slow Galaxy Nexus (GSM)

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21st February 2013, 09:08 PM   |  #1  
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I recently rooted my Galaxy Nexus and flashed AOKP. everything was all good and stable, but now the phone will lag really bad and sometimes reboot.

I tried to install a new ROM, but it still does the same thing, even with no apps installed.

It's really bothering me... what could be the problem?
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21st February 2013, 09:30 PM   |  #2  
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Did you do a clean flash?

factory reset
wipe cache
wipe data
wipe dalvik cahce
format system
flash .zip
fix permissions
21st February 2013, 09:54 PM   |  #3  
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This also happened to me, even after a factory reset the phone was still laggy and buggy.
If WiredPirate suggestion doesn't fix it, i recommend a total wipe of the phone through the ToolKit, restoring it like just bought. I know it's kind of a rude fix, but this worked for me :P
23rd February 2013, 07:43 AM   |  #4  
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Originally Posted by WiredPirate

Did you do a clean flash?

factory reset
wipe cache
wipe data
wipe dalvik cahce
format system
flash .zip
fix permissions

I didn't know i had to format system and fix permissions lol.

Hopefully that fixes it.
23rd February 2013, 05:22 PM   |  #5  
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Originally Posted by RedDeadDorito

I recently rooted my Galaxy Nexus and flashed AOKP. everything was all good and stable, but now the phone will lag really bad and sometimes reboot.

I tried to install a new ROM, but it still does the same thing, even with no apps installed.

It's really bothering me... what could be the problem?

Install androbench and run a full test, then post the output

Sent from my Galaxy Nexus
24th February 2013, 07:29 AM   |  #6  
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This also happened to me, even after a factory reset the phone was still laggy and buggy.
If WiredPirate suggestion doesn't fix it, i recommend a total wipe of the phone through the ToolKit, restoring it like just bought. I know it's kind of a rude fix, but this worked for me :P

How do I do this? WiredPirate's tips didn't work, unfortunately
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How do I do this? WiredPirate's tips didn't work, unfortunately

Cool. Doing the factory stuff worked... Can I reflash a ROM now? I really hate stock lol. Just don't mess it up, right?
24th February 2013, 10:35 PM   |  #8  
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Cool. Doing the factory stuff worked... Can I reflash a ROM now? I really hate stock lol. Just don't mess it up, right?

You should do WiredPirate's steps each time you flash a difference ROM or Kernel. If you do that, and educate yourself on each particular ROM/Kernel very well prior to flashing in case there are any specific extra steps you should take, then there is very little risk of messing up your phone.

In the off chance something goes wrong, the Galaxy Nexus has one of the most active development communities. Whatever problem you encounter, someone else has probably already solved it and posted a fix on XDA.

As long as you're intelligent and patient you'll be fine. READ before you flash.

And here's a nice resource if you do end up shopping around for ROMs and Kernels:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2160723

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