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Thread: 4.2.2 official firmware slows down the tab

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    4.2.2 official firmware slows down the tab

    I upgraded the original 4.1.2 to 4.2.2 about a month back. A few things came to notice in due course of time:-
    1. It runs sluggish at times
    2. The Battery is discharging much earlier.


    I thought that maybe 4.4.4 will be a better option but seems there is no md5 file to be found. I have downloaded 3 rar files but found all to be having an image file!!

    am usually good at tinkering with stuff but CWM etc seems a bit complicated.

    I think will reinstall 4.1.2

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    From which site you downloaded 4.2.2
    Please send,,,,,

    Sent from my D2502 using Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by shobhitm View Post
    From which site you downloaded 4.2.2
    Please send,,,,,

    Sent from my D2502 using Tapatalk
    Which model of Tab2 do you have?

    GT-P3100 here:
    http://www.sammobile.com/firmwares/database/GT-P3100/

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    When the firmware is completed,when tab restart. Only "samsung" is coming from a time

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    Quote Originally Posted by shobhitm View Post
    When the firmware is completed,when tab restart. Only "samsung" is coming from a time

    Sent from my D2502 using Tapatalk
    This sounds like a boot loop.
    Put Tab into Recovery mode and wipe cache then wipe data/factory reset.

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    Thanks

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    What is the Samsung latest version

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