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[Q] Do you feel 2gb is not enough?

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By CyberManiaK, Senior Member on 21st August 2014, 08:39 AM
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26th August 2014, 02:51 PM |#21  
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also after rooting mine, and flashing a debloated ROM, runs a lot better also seeing it doesn't have all that crap bogging it down running in the background.

But only do something like that if your comfortable with doing it, cause it will void the warranty.

God Bless

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26th August 2014, 07:46 PM |#22  
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What ROM did you install?


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Originally Posted by cloud71

also after rooting mine, and flashing a debloated ROM, runs a lot better also seeing it doesn't have all that crap bogging it down running in the background.

But only do something like that if your comfortable with doing it, cause it will void the warranty.

God Bless

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26th August 2014, 09:02 PM |#23  
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I flashed slimkat rom, but theres many. cyanogen mod is another good one.

My advice is to wait a while to make sure everything is working on your tab

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2nd October 2014, 08:35 AM |#24  
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I bought the G Tab Pro 8.4 to replace an aged 2nd gen rooted Nook Tablet (mostly for BT and incompatibilities for some apps like YT and the video on Bloomberg+ with my ROM). The most intensive game I play (I'm assuming that would use up the most RAM of my apps) is Clash of Clans. Just to compare, it played the same on my rooted Nook Tablet with 512k RAM as it does on the Tab Pro 8.4 with 2Gigs RAM. Multiwindow is a joke (most of the time), but I don't even think that the "allowed" apps for multi-window would come close to stressing the RAM.
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