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Old January 6th, 2013, 02:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Something is wrong. I recently moved from a One X to a One X+ and this phone is VERRRRRRRY LAGGY. Sometimes if i click my text messaging ap, it take about 5 seconds for it to come up then another 5+ seconds or so to display the text. This happens in every app. Takes awhile for the app to load. I didn't have this problem with the orginal One X and I thought the specs for this phone was better. I'm beginning to get irritated with the slowness of this phone.

Anyone else having slow response issues?

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Old January 8th, 2013, 11:23 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Something is wrong. I recently moved from a One X to a One X+ and this phone is VERRRRRRRY LAGGY. Sometimes if i click my text messaging ap, it take about 5 seconds for it to come up then another 5+ seconds or so to display the text. This happens in every app. Takes awhile for the app to load. I didn't have this problem with the orginal One X and I thought the specs for this phone was better. I'm beginning to get irritated with the slowness of this phone.

Anyone else having slow response issues?

My advice would be to do a hard reset and see if that fixes your problem. Whenever I get a new phone I do a reset before I even set anything up...sometimes the phone just needs a clean slate. Give it a try, if that doesn't work I'd opt for a replacement from the store.
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