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    Has anyone had problems with the notification bar getting stuck and not wanting to scroll down , this has happened twice since i updated to Froyo.

    I have to switch off and back on to get it to work.

    Tobi

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    Yes I got that problem alot on Froyo before, that problem totally gone after I applied the lagfix.
    Phone: Samsung Galaxy I9100 Unlocked/ Rooted
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    I read a lot about the Lagfix , but dont really understand it , and i think you have to root your phone to apply it, is this right????

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    It happens when the memory is all used up....Froyo uses about 30-40 mb more memory so closing apps is vital for smooth running...lagfix works nicely by prioritising system operation over programs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tobihughes View Post
    I read a lot about the Lagfix , but dont really understand it , and i think you have to root your phone to apply it, is this right????

    Tobi
    The phone doesn't need to be rooted before apply lagfix but most lagfix methods do come with the root feature.
    Phone: Samsung Galaxy I9100 Unlocked/ Rooted
    Network: O2 UK
    Baseband version: I9100XXLPQ

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