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Yes of course! I exclude an HW issue, infact other camera apps works...
Go back to stock software is an option or not?
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Of course it is possible, but i don't want to get back to the laggy TW.
 
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Of course it is possible, but i don't want to get back to the laggy TW.
Shall I tell you what makes your phone really lagg free? Install the latest firmware from samsung, root it, flash the http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2741181 kernel. and than install SD Maid. Go to applications and begin to remove samsung stuff. Like widgets who are running in background but you never use it, or chaton, all Knox things, WatchOn, Daemon weather and so on! my phone is fast as it never was without root
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Shall I tell you what makes your phone really lagg free? Install the latest firmware from samsung, root it, flash the http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2741181 kernel. and than install SD Maid. Go to applications and begin to remove samsung stuff. Like widgets who are running in background but you never use it, or chaton, all Knox things, WatchOn, Daemon weather and so on! my phone is fast as it never was without root
That's true, but at this point why don't just change rom (cyanogenmod installer was 1 click!)? :P By the way, it's a good point, i'll just try to find a fix to this problem, if i won't find one, i'll do what you suggested!
 
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That's true, but at this point why don't just change rom (cyanogenmod installer was 1 click!)? :P By the way, it's a good point, i'll just try to find a fix to this problem, if i won't find one, i'll do what you suggested!
1. It's because I like some Samsung things like multi window etc.
2. I like the surface of Touchwiz
3. The camera is way better in Touchwiz than in CM.

If you don't find a fix, I think this would be the best you can do, if you don't hate touchwiz to hard
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1. It's because I like some Samsung things like multi window etc.
2. I like the surface of Touchwiz
3. The camera is way better in Touchwiz than in CM.

If you don't find a fix, I think this would be the best you can do, if you don't hate touchwiz to hard
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Unfortunately, i hate it with all of my hearth! By the way thanks
 
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Unfortunately, i hate it with all of my hearth! By the way thanks
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If it's so bad, try if it really works on stock firmware, if not.. really don't know, if yes try it again with CM but not with the installer, but with flashing the M9 file in the recovery. So I think you have to do something xD
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If it's so bad, try if it really works on stock firmware, if not.. really don't know, if yes try it again with CM but not with the installer, but with flashing the M9 file in the recovery. So I think you have to do something xD
I don't think i will find any other viable solution, may i ask you a little guide to create a clean TW?
 
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I don't think i will find any other viable solution, may i ask you a little guide to create a clean TW?
Of course you can. I installed the latest samsung firmware (NG8) and than rooted it. After that I installed SD Maid Pro, gave him root access and than remove a lot of stuff which runs in the background (but attention, just things from samsung and google you don't need, otherwise some things wont work anymore..)
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