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How long I should have reboot my smarlphone (samsung s3)?

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My Samsung s3 is slow. I have used it for 6 months.Should I reboot my phone?
Jul 7 '14 #1
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Doesn't hurt to give it a try
Jul 7 '14 #2
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Did you mean reset it? rebooting hardly improves performance.
Jul 7 '14 #3
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@softwaretools: yes. I mean reset it. How can I do? I am faraway from warranty center
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