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Try running the phone in safe mode. To do this. Press power button then when power down appears. Long press power down option. It will ask if you want to boot into safe mode. Select ok the it will reboot in safe mode. Use the phone in safe mode for 24 he's to see how it works. If it works better, then there is a third party app you installed on the phone that I'd causing freezing.
You may want to try this steps. Hope it helps.
HOW TO EXIT SAFE MODE ON SAMSUNG GALAXY ACE
When your mobile device is having trouble sometimes it can force itself into safe mode so that you could continue to run your phone and fix the problem app that the cause the phone to crash. But when you are done how do you get out of Safe Mode? Here's how:
1. Turn off the phone by pressing the Power button.
2. Then pull out the battery. Wait for 30 seconds.
3. Now put the battery back in.
4. Start up the device and see if the Safe Mode on the left hand corner has disappear. If it's not there then you have successfully started your phone in the standard mode.
SOLUTIONS 1.USING PROPER ANTI-VIRUS EG:KASPERSKY 2.DISMANTLE ALL THE PARTS AND PUT BACK (NEED A SPECIALIST) BECAUSE ANY LOOSE IN CONNECTION DUST PROBLEM CAUSES TO MAKE COMPUTER SLOVER 3.USING ADVANCED CLEANER SOFTWARE EG:CC CLEANER PRO ( PRO ONLY HAVE ADVANCE SETUP ) 4.CLEANING DUMP FILES Eg: TEMPS,DISC CLEAN UP> C:/ > PROPERTIES > DIC CLEAN UP
Restart your computer and try start your PC in safe mode by holding f8 key until the windows advance option will appear. -select the safe mode -Limit programs that run at Start up Limiting programs that run at startup might help you to fix your computer freeze problem -Click on the Start button -Type msconfig into the text box then press Enter to locate msconfig You will be prompted system configuration page -Switch to Startup tab and Remove the check from the box programs that you do not want to start up with the operating system -press Apply and OK button. If this didn't help you then simply Simply get any reliable System Optimizer to fix it, like I always use Intel Software Partner RegInOut avoid freezing and lagging problems. Best of luck