1. mattris's Avatar
    Greetings to all!

    New user here and a rookie at going beyond calls/txt/applications.

    Lately my phone had become slow when accessing things at my phone. I was wondering if there is a way to defrag the phone or anything else other than a task killer to improve speed accessing icons.
    03-12-2011 08:51 AM
  2. capitaltpt's Avatar
    Greetings to all!

    New user here and a rookie at going beyond calls/txt/applications.

    Lately my phone had become slow when accessing things at my phone. I was wondering if there is a way to defrag the phone or anything else other than a task killer to improve speed accessing icons.
    There is no Defrag with memory based storage, just as with SSD drives. There is a great task killer built into the phone already (hold down home button) and stop any apps you do not want running. Android manages itself pretty well and I do NOT recommend getting ANY task killer app from the market or elsewhere. As for your slowing down, you've probably got too many apps running at once.
    03-12-2011 09:10 AM
  3. misticfire's Avatar
    These are the best defragging programs I just connect the android to pc when my android sped down and soon as i found this link i ran the program with the highest amount of raves and like magic it was working like new and after that i did the same for my lagging mp3 players and everything loaded without a problem try it!

    Five Best Disk Defragmentation Tools
    01-09-2013 01:02 PM
  4. ratsttam's Avatar
    These are the best defragging programs I just connect the android to pc when my android sped down and soon as i found this link i ran the program with the highest amount of raves and like magic it was working like new and after that i did the same for my lagging mp3 players and everything loaded without a problem try it!

    Five Best Disk Defragmentation Tools
    You do realize that fragmentation on a memory based media (SD cards, SSD's) doesn't slow things down. What fragmentation slows down is a spinning disk is that it has to move the head around "looking" for the next sector of data that it needs. When memory can do that within a hundredth of a millisecond, fragged up or not, you're not slowing things down.
    01-09-2013 02:00 PM
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