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[Q] TWRP very slow during "Updating partition details" and slow phone performance?

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Exclamation [Q] TWRP very slow during "Updating partition details" and slow phone performance?

Whenever TWRP has to update partition details, the phone will be nearly unresponsive and it takes about 15 minutes for it to complete. This hasn't happened until recently, and I haven't touched TWRP at all. This makes flashing a long process, since it has to update partition details after wiping and after flashing, and again if I'm also flashing gapps or anything else along with it.

I noticed that the phone is also laggy as **** for the first few minutes after booting. It's been a day or so now and it still occurs. It seems to go away after a while. I posted about this in the respective ROM thread, but I think it's unrelated. I did a clean wipe and no one else is having this issue.

I'm not sure what it is causing it or if the ROM issues are truly related at all. If anyone has any idea I would appreciate it.
 
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Are you on the latest version of TWRP? You may want to update it if you aren't. MJA and MK2 require the newer versions of TWRP for best performance.
Phones & Tablets: Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 8", Evo 4g LTE, Evo 3D, Acer Iconia A500, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, Ipad 2, Nabi 2,


Rom: Rooted Stock Odexed, Hotspot Mod, Xposed, Wanum, several other xposed tweaks
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Are you on the latest version of TWRP? You may want to update it if you aren't. MJA and MK2 require the newer versions of TWRP for best performance.
So I found the actual issue with my performance and partitioning issues was my SD card. I'm pretty sure it's dead now, it bogs down everything because it's trying to read it I guess.
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