[All Variants Galaxy Note 4] Simple tip for lag (after rooting)

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    Hey Guys,


    If you own the TMO or Sprint Variants and are enjoying root and Xposed Framework and all that good stuff. You may have noticed some insane lag :)

    Well, I got the fix for you.

    A) You are going to want to download some sort of build.prop editor or do it via ADB
    ro.securestorage.support=true to ro.securestorage.support=false then save.

    Note: make a backup incase you mess this up. (always make a backup)
    Reboot now.

    A) De-install Xposed
    B) Open the application manager and find the health services and clear the data/cache
    C) open the application manager and find the Shealth and clear the data/cache
    D) Re-install Xposed and reboot and now see everything is now working fast and no more lag. Win win!
     
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    Mods: This should get sticked as well :)
     
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    Thread title should read "after rooting"
     
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