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Default Huge slow downs & filled storage

My LG Optimus G is constantly getting massive slow-downs where I need to hold down the power button to restart it. There is also a ton of space being used even though I have only used 14.5 GB (No where near the 25.04 GB it says it has in total...) according to the storage analyzer. However, it says there is only 777 MB available. Therefore there is stuff in the root directory that is filling up the phone.
 
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Use ES file explorer to find the files you possibly have


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The best thing for the slwdowns is to root and use the app lagfix.

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Use ES file explorer to find the files you possibly have


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I've used ES File Explorer and other explorers but they don't say the folder size, only the size of files.


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Just installed LagFix so I'll see how that goes.
 
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I loading a new rom and it's fine now. Put on MIUI and it's fantastic. It seems faster and smoother than the project dokdo kitkat rom I had previoualy
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