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  1. aha's Avatar
    The phone has been working fine so I haven't felt the need to do any factory resets or cache wipes
    Does SE7 warm up from time to time?

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    06-24-2016 09:17 AM
  2. jazz70's Avatar
    Does SE7 warm up from time to time?

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    Maybe it warms up some during updates and prolonged navigation usage, but that is what I have experienced with many other phones I have had in the past so imho I don't worry about it much

    Battery life has been overall very good so that is another factor why I haven't done any resets or cashe wipes
    06-24-2016 11:30 AM
  3. PMGRANDS's Avatar
    Maybe? My phone seems like its Struggling as we speak, and I know how to clear cache, & others...
    06-26-2016 01:05 AM
  4. andrew_ackley's Avatar
    Considering S7 Edge for now, but read that Samsung phones usually slows down after a few months. Is this ture? And could it be handled by rebooting the phone weekly?

    And, I also read that Samsung phones don't update well... either the carrier 's fault or Samsung 's fault, is this true and how does that affect your experience?

    Search for smart manager in your settings. There's a cache cleaner in there. At least on mine there is.

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    06-26-2016 10:04 PM
  5. edubb256's Avatar
    My experience has been than the recent phones (S6 and S7) do not slow down over time on their own. However if you have a buggy or otherwise poor performing app, that can cause a slowdown or increased battery usage. In general, like anything newer/faster/smoother, once you get used to the newer/faster/smoother, it doesn't seem so newer/faster/better anymore.
    06-27-2016 09:45 AM
  6. Rumblee1's Avatar
    As a longtime samsung galaxy S series owner (and moto before them), i think all phones do slow down a bit. But I've found that when my Samsung did slow down, I simply did a factory reset. Then reloaded my apps and set up the phone. This seemed to bring it right back.

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    06-27-2016 07:18 PM
  7. optimummind's Avatar
    I got my GS7E on preorder launch day on March 7th & I haven't experienced any slowdowns. I have about 150 apps installed. The only optimization app I use is Greenify's manual app hibernation & its Aggressive Doze. I haven't had slowdown issues on Samsung phones since the GS6E.

    But both my Nexus 5 and Nexus 5X experienced slowdowns occasionally.

    I'm impressed with Samsung that all of my phones are on the 6.0.1 June security update (Note 4 910C & GS7E).
    06-27-2016 10:13 PM
  8. Iva_LadyDiCaprio98's Avatar
    I've had my 7edge since March 21st and my phone is still going as fast as it did when I first activated it. I've had the s5 before and that started lagging bad after about a few months in so I am quite happy with this phone.

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    06-28-2016 08:58 AM
  9. BackToSquare1's Avatar
    Yes. My old s7 edge immediately lagged 3x more the day the s8 came out. I kid you not. The 820 is a fast chip, and android UI should be nothing for it, so I'm pretty sure it's Samsung's fault.

    I had an old LG l90 (3 years old; cost 100 dollars at time of purchase)

    The phone was so bad that when i got a phonecall it would start ringing, and then when the ringing is done it would show the dialogue for accepting calls. Essentially, the phone couldn't accept calls.

    However, I installed an AOIP rom of 7.1 nougat on it, and now it's fairly snappy. Sure, it lags occasionally, but it's a lot better than before. Not to mention, it runs the dual apps thing fairly well on 880 megs of ram, which is insane.

    Long story short, after the lifecycle of a product, you should probably install a custom rom
    11-25-2017 07:48 AM
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