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    Unhappy i4 Slow after JB
    I have done several JB's already after several updates and after a while the iphone start lagging and becoming slow. This time it has happened really fast after JBing 4.3.1.

    Has anyone else experienced the same issues of the iphone slowing down??

    If so have you fixed it somehow?? I wish i can find a solution because i like the JB due to a lot of functions i get out of it which otherwise i wouldnt but at the same time at the moment is a big pain in my behind as slow as it it.

    Also if i am posting in the wrong sectiong please move it to the right thread, i dont post much so im not familiar with the forum. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Papiriqui View Post
    I have done several JB's already after several updates and after a while the iphone start lagging and becoming slow. This time it has happened really fast after JBing 4.3.1.

    Has anyone else experienced the same issues of the iphone slowing down??

    If so have you fixed it somehow?? I wish i can find a solution because i like the JB due to a lot of functions i get out of it which otherwise i wouldnt but at the same time at the moment is a big pain in my behind as slow as it it.

    Also if i am posting in the wrong sectiong please move it to the right thread, i dont post much so im not familiar with the forum. Thanks
    Unfortunately, device speed and extra functionality (e.g., Winterboard, SBSettings, SmartScreen, etc.) are inversely proportional--the more stuff you install, the slower your device will seem.

    There's not a lot I can suggest other than "consider pruning jailbreak packages to a more manageable number."

    Unless you're running your i4 with just Cydia (or little more) on it--in which case, I'd recommend a restore.

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