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28th May 2014, 10:23 PM   |  #1  
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I am rooted, unlocked and running the stock rom and kernel. Phone is acting slow so I want to start over absolutely clean like the day I bought it, no previous data no nothing. What is the best way to do this clean out so I can start over.
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I am rooted, unlocked and running the stock rom and kernel. Phone is acting slow so I want to start over absolutely clean like the day I bought it, no previous data no nothing. What is the best way to do this clean out so I can start over.

The answer is in my signature.
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Since you've just unlocked the bootloader and rooted the device, a factory reset from settings or from the stock recovery should suffice!

If you have removed apps and changed files then flashing stock factory images would be good. You can find all the steps in the stickies at general section!

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You can use an app like 360 security to frequently clean up things and you will notice a difference.. Your device wont get bogged down.. Has a little floating blue icon that tells you when you need to clean and you just drag it down and it does its thing. Great app imo! [emoji106]

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