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Default [Q] Tab is slow and not smooth enough? Maybe custom ROM?

Hi,

my TF300T has the latest 4.2 factory firmware (10.6.1.27.5). The tablet is rooted but the bootloader is NOT unlocked. Whatever I do the device is still laggy and quite slow. (I already tried factory reset, cold boot, etc.)

I've got the conclusion that I may flash a custom ROM, but similar to the factory one (the tab is used by my wife who doesn't like new systems to learn...)

Any suggestions what to do, which ROM to try?

Thanks in advance!
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CROMi-x is a supercharged custom stock Rom you could try.

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Thanks for the idea.

Am I right thinkig that I have to unlock botloader first before flashing the proper TWRP anyway? Or can I flash the TWRP with locked bootloader too?
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Thanks for the idea.

Am I right thinkig that I have to unlock botloader first before flashing the proper TWRP anyway? Or can I flash the TWRP with locked bootloader too?
No, you must unlock the bootloader first, then flash the correct version of TWRP according to your stock ROM, and then flash CROMi-x and GApps.
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[Retired] Nook Color (CM10)



LG Optimus Dynamic II L39C (Stock, rooted)



Asus Tf300t (CM11)



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OK, thanks again.

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