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My S5 was a little laggy this morning and I had to restart it. After reboot it shows the custom unlock icon on the Galaxy S5 screen. Has anyone seen an explanation as to why this is happening?

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apparently its a known issue

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2719324
 
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Your s5 has its full apps? the many the application sometimes the phone being laggy a bit.
 
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I think this has to do with running ART as opposed to dalvik

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Yes, it's due to enabling ART - switching back to Dalvik does not remove the custom boot screen either - seems it's here to stay.
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