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By jonahly, Senior Member on 24th January 2014, 05:08 AM
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I made this thread since there is not a Q&A Section for the Lenovo Thinkpad
24th January 2014, 05:11 AM |#2  
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Now that there is a Q&A place I need to ask a question. I have managed to soft-brick my Lenovo Thinkpad A1000 and since I'm fairly new to this device I wasn't sure where to go. I was deleting some System Apps after Rooting my tablet(No Issues There) and I deleted the 'Phone' apk since I don't have data. I then rebooted and was stuck in a boot-loop. I tried going to recovery, nothing. I can't even turn off my tablet.
10th February 2014, 05:45 PM |#3  
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I have Lenovo Ideapad A3000-H. There ar two partitions: the first 2,5gb is for user data, the second, more than 10gb, is not accesible by the user (I think it's for android OS stuff). When I was paying for it, I knew that I will not have all off the advertised 16gb of storage for my data, but atleast 10gb for sure.

Is there anything I can do to merge these partitions ? Or atleast move my app's data to the second partition ?
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Thinkpad sluggish performance
I have a Thinkpad Tablet 1838CTO, kernel, running Android 4.0.3. Thanks to the information I found on XDA, I was able to repair the machine's power button, so it's still very much alive. I have used the tablet daily since I purchased it when it first came out. I have never refreshed the software or system. There is still some 5 GB free of internal storage and 20 GB on the SD card.

My issue currently is that the tablet has become very sluggish in performance. It takes a long time to initiate programs (like 10 seconds or so) and to switch between them. Scrolling of pages (whether web or book) goes as quickly as before, however. Is this a problem with a lack of a trim function for the SSD (as apparently implemented in Android 4.3) or something else altogether? I've read an earlier post where a Thinkpad was apparently bricked by trying "Lagfix" to trim the SSD. What's my best option for rejuvenating the Thinkpad?

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