Rooting question

Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy Note 2' started by Asylem, Mar 11, 2013.

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    Hey all I am wanting to root my N2 but had a question. I previously had a bionic that I rooted and at the start it was great but then it seemed to really slow down. I don't know if it was just me or if that was a side effect of rooting a phone. I like the things I can do when rooting but not sure if I want to have to clear the cache constantly or fdr regularly to keep it moving as fast as it does now. Thanks for any help!
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    Rooting alone simply gives you admin access. It in no way affects your phone's performance.
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    Ok maybe I'll give it a try on this phone. Glad to hear it doesn't add to any performance issues :)
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