In this video, I tell you how you can easily and visibly speed up your iPhone 3G in a few simple steps. For those of you who don’t feel like watching me talk for five minutes, here are the instructions in text form: 1. Open up settings. 2. Choose General. 3. Choose Home Button. 4. Choose Spotlight Search. 5. Disable all of these options. Your iPhone 3G will now run faster than the iOS4 update regularly does. This is how it works: When Spotlight Search is on, you can use the screen to the left of the home screen to search for anything on your phone. Nobody really uses this function though, so this makes it easy for anyone to turn it off. What happens is that your iPhone 3G, running iOS4, indexes everything on your phone: contacts, videos, songs, apps, etc. When you disable these options, the iPhone no longer indexes these things in the background, which frees up a bit of the processor and everything else that makes your phone tick. If for some strange reason, you do use the Spotlight search, you can just disable the options that you do not use. On a totally unrelated note, the song that i play from my iPod is Aerodynamic Beats / Gabrielle, Forget About The World by Daft Punk from their album, Alive 2007, if you have never heard of them, (Your Loss) I suggest that you type in Daft Punk in the search bar up there. : ) If you have any other questions, comments or just regular feedback, post them down there in the comments.
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