I sure hope this is in the right place/hasn't already been answered. I'm painfully new. I've looked everywhere but none of the threads seem to answer my specific question.
I rooted my wifi only Galaxy Tab 10.1, Honeycomb 3.2, a few days ago, no custom roms or any of that, and since then, it freezes at least once every hour and I have to reboot. More specifically, it started to freeze right after I flashed Clockwork recovery and also, shortly after I updated my 'su binary.' Don't get me wrong here, I don't have the slightest idea what that is, I'm just repeating what I've read.
I also have no idea if either of those has any relation to the freezing but I do know that for the first six months I had my tablet, this never happened. I'm sure I followed the rooting instructions to the letter and it seemed alright afterward. I've tried reflashing Clockwork recovery, uninstalling it a couple of other apps I had just installed (namely Titanium Backup and SetCPU which I had not yet and still haven't touched so it's not that), I tried a factory reset--that seemed to make the problem worse as ironically, I didn't even make it through the Google set-up before freezing. I've searched for hours on what it might be to no avail. If anyone has an idea, I'd love to hear it. Thanks in advance.
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