Original topic:

S22 Ultra Lagging and Slow

(Topic created on: 03-23-2023 01:49 AM)
Beginner Level 4
Galaxy S
My 8 months old S22 ULTRA has become incrediblely slow and its irritating me.
I've always been a fan of android devices and i chose Samsung as they are one of the best in android. Previously I used a NOTE 10+, even that phone wasn't this much headache.
The complete software disappoints me.
Its slow, lags and sometimes bugs.
Its on the latest available software.
There are no unofficial modifications.
The camera quality seems decreased, battery life decreased and the smoothness down as hell. I've decided not to factory reset as i have very important files and documents that i dont want on the cloud. Paying this much price for a flagship and this is the experience i get? iPhone users mock me when they use my device, to be honest Iphones seem way better.

Any suggestions to fix this? 

Active Level 8
Galaxy S


You could backup all your files on a external drive or pc with Smart Switch and make a factory reset and restore your files from your pc with Smart Switch. 

For the camera, you have to remember that a phone is not a reflex camera...

And after you've done that , if you still not satisfied and think that IPhone are better, free to you to switch to Iphone.

Have a nice day.


Expert Level 3
Galaxy S
I had the S22 Ultra and it was never slow or laggy as you describe. Maybe you can start by simply wiping your cache partition in recovery mode and if it doesn't solve anything, a back up and reset as suggested by Montreal1
Galaxy S

Hi, we apologize for the inconvenience you are facing. We understand your concern and will help you resolve this. Kindly follow the below steps to resolve your issue:

We recommend you to perform Wipe cache partiton and check for the issue.

Below are the steps to perform Wipe cache partition.

1.Turn off the unit.

2.Press and hold the volume up button and press and hold the on/off button. When the Android logo is displayed, release all keys ("Installing system update" is displayed before displaying the Android system recovery menu options).

3.Press the volume down key repeatedly to highlight "wipe cache partition".

4.Press the Power key to select. Press the Volume Down button to highlight "Yes" and press the Power button to select. When the wiping of the cache partition is completed, "Reboot System Now" is highlighted.

5.Press the Power button to reboot the unit.

If the above steps didn't work for you then, please perform back up and factory reset by following the steps in the given links.