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Hey all...
I am ATM completely irritated with lags I face on mine xperia e..,
Status bar takes years too appear,launcher have so much lags,opening settings make it worse....
So am I alone or other too have same problems??

Any way to fix it (except installing cm)...

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For first you have to now that you bought poor device so don't expect it runnig fast.

Reflash stock rom, root it and remove all rubbish from system/app. It should help a lot.

Don't put more that 1 widget on the homescreen.
Uninstall Facebook app.
I have forgotten how does stock rom look like ^^


 
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For first you have to now that you bought poor device so don't expect it runnig fast.

Reflash stock rom, root it and remove all rubbish from system/app. It should help a lot.

Don't put more that 1 widget on the homescreen.
Uninstall Facebook app.
LOL.....bro things u wrote are obvious...i tried them all before posting...
nothing works

i know i bought a low end phone but still its not that bad that it could not handle stock launcher and low scale animation...
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Xperia J/ LG L7 || would be a better choice. Next time think twice before you buy a phone
I have forgotten how does stock rom look like ^^


 
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Xperia J/ LG L7 || would be a better choice. Next time think twice before you buy a phone
What? No! Xperia J would not be better! Will I have to explain this to everybody?! An XJ has the same internal but a larger screen res, so the GPU works more, plus the increased image sizes from HDPI resources.

@Droidlover123 Try another launcher; the Xperia launcher simply takes up too much memory. If you've tried this, sorry for annoying you!
 
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Hey all...
I am ATM completely irritated with lags I face on mine xperia e..,
Status bar takes years too appear,launcher have so much lags,opening settings make it worse....
So am I alone or other too have same problems??

Any way to fix it (except installing cm)...

Sent from my Nexus 4 using xda app-developers app
flashing ics instead of jb rom reduces the lag to a larger extent !
using a cpu tuner and tuning the phone not to get into deep sleep works to reduce the lag to a moderate extent !
 
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I use cm10 and smart launcher, clean once a day with SD Maid and have micro cpu monitor at top of screen. It's ALOT better than it was. Avoid task killers and one touch ram apps. Stop doing things when cpu bar shows full usage.

A crap fix, but it works for me. Hope this helps.

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