Fragmentation

Discussion in 'Droid Bionic Tech Support' started by mcgrunt42, Nov 29, 2011.

  1. mcgrunt42

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    Is Fragmentation still a problem with gingerbread like it was with fro yo an earlier versions? My bionic has gotten slower and slower lately.

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    Anyone got any suggestions on how to speed the bionic back up without formatting and starting over?

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    Bumpity bump goes the night

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    It's not what you are looking for, but the only fragmentation of Android that I am aware of has to do with different versions of Android for phone and tablets which is supposed to be resolved with ICS.
     
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    ditto this, because of the memory format and no actual disc system there shouldn't be any fragmentation happening as far as files are concerned. as I understand it fragmentation occurs because of the HDD's read/write properties and "misplacing" things as the disc spins *shrug*