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Old January 29th, 2011, 03:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry slow response after hitting onscreen keys after upgrade?

also since tmobile upgraded the operating system, I have noticed that there is a slow response time when hitting a key on the onscreen keyboard, makes for very slow typing, it never used to be this way before the upgrade!

 
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Old January 31st, 2011, 12:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The OS as a whole seems a lot slower with the new 2.2 update. I've experienced similar lag issues in screen transition and app loading. I think the reason is that the new update is a little heavy for our outdated phones. Since I've had the phone, I've rooted it and run custom roms. The benefit of this is that I can delete any bloatware apps that I know I won't use and have a much slimmed down version of the official update. Not saying it's a solution but it is a decent alternative.

Also if you root you can always downgrade back to the 1.6 OS before you received the upgrade.
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Old January 31st, 2011, 02:53 PM   #3 (permalink)
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The OS as a whole seems a lot slower with the new 2.2 update. I've experienced similar lag issues in screen transition and app loading. I think the reason is that the new update is a little heavy for our outdated phones. Since I've had the phone, I've rooted it and run custom roms. The benefit of this is that I can delete any bloatware apps that I know I won't use and have a much slimmed down version of the official update. Not saying it's a solution but it is a decent alternative.

Also if you root you can always downgrade back to the 1.6 OS before you received the upgrade.
okay I am new to phones, not computers but phones yes...I have only had my tmobile mytouch since july...how do I root the phone...sorry...like I said, new to android phones...my last cell phone was a tracfone! LOL
 
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