Script and Tweaks Bring Buttery Smooth G2x Experience
With the newer phones coming out and having increasingly impressive hardware, it’s easy to forget that not long ago, devices suffered from this little problem called lag. Although the lag problem has been all but snuffed out by the advances in hardware and software over the last year or so, there are still some devices out there that have lag issues. In some cases, these lag issues can even be fixed.
This is the case with the T-Mobile LG G2x. Being among the first wave of dual core phones, it was not too long ago that this was a flagship device for T-Mobile. That does not mean that the device isn’t subject to lag, however, and now there’s a way to fix it. XDA Senior Member flak0 has released a mod that will get rid of the lag.
The mod is easy to apply. Users can flash it via custom recovery. After it boots, users download their favorite script managing application and turn on the script entitled tune.sh. Additionally, flak0 has included what the tweak includes, and shows users how to do it manually for those willing to get their hands a little dirty.
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