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Originally Posted by commzod View Post
then installed Seeder and LagFix Free
Both of those apps are snake oil.
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My Chrome beta works quite well overall on 4.2.1 and now on 4.2.2.
However it struggles badly with the news Australian google news site.
Freezes after every 2nd or 3rd action.
Wonder if this is very website (or HTMLfeautre) specific and depending on your browsing habbit you have 0 to many problems.

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Originally Posted by styckx View Post
Both of those apps are snake oil.
I haven't run a direct test with lagfix, but seeder actually works.

Both of my friends have stock galaxy nexi, and one had seeder installed. Load times and scrolling throughout web pages was noticeably smoother. Almost akin to upgrading from ICS to JB.

As for my nexus 10 and nexus 4, I don't notice the difference much.

But, back to my original question:

For those with issues, have you guys performed a factory reset?
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