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    TF speed up

    how can i speed up my TF? can i erase the cache from the recovery menu or something like that? as the time pass it becomes more and more slow

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    Without rooting and overclocking, there is not much you can do - use a static wallpaper not a live wallpaper will help

    Not having lots of widgets on the homescreen will also help, and not having loads of apps all running at the same time helps too, Using a task killer to end these can temporarily speed things up

    Clearing the cache will do more harm than good as it holds optimised data for your apps and OS, when you clear it, it has to build it back up again, much like the Prefetch folder on Windows
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    You can opt to backup your apps and data, files and then wipe your device which could help speed it up.

    Also, the more apps you have installed the more it can slow down.

    Try the Startup Cleaner app to see if that makes a difference.

    Just around the corner is Ice Cream Sandwich and that should help speed it up as it is supposed to support hardware acceleration in the Android UI so it should be a bit snappier.


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    areboot usually solves it, also keep active widgeets to a minimum (ie ones requiring their own internet services) i know its tempting to run a few but they do drain resources. my setup is running 12 widgets and doing well performance wise.

    of thoose 12 however:

    6 are static requiring no internet connection (2 toggles, a picture, music control, calender and date readout)
    4 rely on services that exist already (email unread counte x3 and email at a glance widget)
    2 require an active connection (beutifull widget clock/weather widget and tweakdeck bar widget)

    it seems that the more you run needing the internet the more your performance drops, also the more ASUSwidgets running the more it suffers too, static widgets/toggles appear to have little to no effect, and those using existing services (ie email/calender) have only a tiny impact.

    ifyour using a launcher program like launcher go however be sure to disable all your widgets in the android native launcher.

    hope that helps, just what i learned when i had similar problems on mine, if someone more experianced xorrects me howeveri bow to theirgreater knowledge only had my tf101 3 weeks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frederuco View Post
    You can opt to backup your apps and data, files and then wipe your device which could help speed it up.

    Also, the more apps you have installed the more it can slow down.

    Try the Startup Cleaner app to see if that makes a difference.

    Just around the corner is Ice Cream Sandwich and that should help speed it up as it is supposed to support hardware acceleration in the Android UI so it should be a bit snappier.
    this sounds promising. if i backup with asus's app and then do a factory reset will i be able to restore everything?

 

 

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