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[Q] CROMi-X 5.4 - 10.6.1 Performance question

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By DaDroidDude, Member on 20th June 2014, 09:49 PM
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Hello All.

I took advice and rooted this device and installed the aforementioned ROM
I'd heard that it was much leaner and quicker than the stock ROM and didn't have the lag that this tablet was know for.

Unfortunately it's still very slow and lags a LOT!

I did set up two users however.
I'm wondering if that might be the problem.

Also, I haven't updated the ROM since the initial installation.

Any thoughts?

21st June 2014, 12:11 AM |#2  
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CROMi-X 5.4 is the latest version - there are no updates, but it should not be "slow" - however you define that.
I never used multi-user - no idea if that has any effect....
A clean install often does help if performance deteriorates over time. Depends how long you have been running this installation.

If you flash the rom again, make sure you select "fsync off" in the installer. That gives you the biggest performance boost.
You can also try to run CROMi-X with data2sd, moving the /data partition to a fast microSD and therefor avoiding the slow internal memory altogether (you can still use it for storage).
Then look at your setup: Lots of widgets on the home screen will slow it down - period.
Check what apps you have running, maybe use Greenify to hibernate the ones not in use.

For me CROMi-X never was slow, but I have to admit: the latest version of CROMBi-KK runs better
You just have to live with a few bugs relating to the dock....
23rd June 2014, 07:29 AM |#3  
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Multi user makes the TF700 slow regardless of rom unfortunately.
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