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Phone [Q] How to fix laggy JB

I'm using official JB firmware on my GT-I9070 device and its laggy and hangs frequently. It requires frequent restarting and reseting after a short period of usage. Is there any fix for this without rooting??
 
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I'm using official JB firmware on my GT-I9070 device and its laggy and hangs frequently. It requires frequent restarting and reseting after a short period of usage. Is there any fix for this without rooting??
JB(4.1.2) is laggy and not effective solution.
better try custom roms and enjoy.
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My device once had stock JB and it worked well indeed. However, it probably needs time to settle in and will be smoother. Every rom is laggy at the very beginning of usage after flashing.
 
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Root your phone, and flash cocore kernel. Better yet, install HarshJelly, it's a stock based rom. Or any custom rom if you prefer. Nothing much you can do if you don't want to root your phone. Or maybe upgrade your jb firmware to the latest one, LQL

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^ This.

HarshJelly + cocore, problem solved.
 
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Hey can anyone provide link to the latest cocore kernel.... M new to this forum
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Hey can anyone provide link to the latest cocore kernel.... M new to this forum
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Here you go : http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2140597
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Stock firmware (any jb) +cocore 6.8 stable = best!
 
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Stock firmware (any jb) +cocore 6.8 stable = best!
should i use 6.8 or the latest version??
 
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Latest version (9.0) allows CPU overclocking. Your phone may or may not be stable at 1.28ghz, instead of stock 1 ghz.

If it turns out to be a problem, then go back to 8.6, 6.8 is hopelessly old... or just use no frills CPU control to set your cpu back to 1 ghz and enjoy 9.0

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