Performance of Galaxy S3 has slowed down
After few months of using galaxy s3, I have noticed that the performance has slowed down a lot. For example if i open the phone icon, it take a while to open that. when i move switch between homescreen it is laggy. Compare to that Iphone 4s which is not even quad core works perfectly fine. I have seen my friend's S3 and it is also the same. Is there any way to make the performance of S3 smooth?
Just listen to waht the OP is saying!
Why is it the expectations of the user that must have changed? That makes the assumption that all of those who experience a problem are passive users whose experience of the handset is an unconscious process.
Originally Posted by iradiate
I received my S3 nearly two weeks ago and have noticed that the phone slows down all of the time. I have installed very few apps but to be fair, given that it is a quad core processor, you should kind of expect that installing apps shouldn't be a counting process; my S2 had stacks of apps installed and didn't run like my S3.
The problem isn't that I have become accustomed to the phone and it therefore appears slower than when I first got it. The problem is that it runs slower. Simple. Transition between screens is painful and the only sure fire solution I have found is to restart the handset. It then works for a couple of minutes and then slows down again.
RayRRod: I have never heard such condescending nonsense in all my life (well probably have but your comments are silly). Most of us have enough about us to try Task Manager and other means of reducing load on the processor so no, we don't need educating at all. Maybe I could return the condescension and suggest you Google "Galaxy S3 slowing down" and see how many others are experiencing the same problem. Maybe we could have a mass education session to teach us how the obvious issue with the phone is the users' problem and not the phone's? Or maybe instead of posting ludicrous comments we could actually read what the OP has said and if we have a suggestion, help, not preach about how we all need educating.
Maybe using something like Fast Reboot will work but on a flagship Samsung handset you should not need third party apps to facilitate the smooth, continued running of the phone.
Just because you aren't necessarily experiencing the same problems as others, don't then assume it is because the other users aren't competent in the use of their device.