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Does the latest 442 need LagFix-(fstrim) app?

9th April 2014, 09:50 AM |#1  
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For a defragmentation of memory?
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No, it does not since fstrim was implemented in 4.3. The system takes care of allocated blocks automatically and the app runs risk of brick; I managed to do this with a Droid X and a Galaxy Nexus. Wedged my Nexus 7 after the KitKat update.
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