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Old May 16th, 2011, 11:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok so i know theres a video here on phandroid that tells you how to get rid of lag...disable javascript and turn the plug-ins to demand only..now you can do that and it will work but if your like me and you want to keep the glory of seeing what flash is for your phone..dwnload an alternative browser..me i got the XScope 6.x browser very fast and snappy there are also firefox, dolphin browser and others to choose from that are infact better than the stock browser also if your having lag on homescreen get an alternative like LauncherPro+(thats what i use) or zeam, golauncher ex, adw ex and many others i promise you the lag will disappear. Hope all works out for you

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What if you change plug-in setting to "on demand" but leave javascript on in stock browser? Does it still lag on most sites?

Glad that alternative browsers like dolphin, xscope are fine without lags. But if this is persistent problem in stock browser, they need to issue firmware update for this.
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What if you change plug-in setting to "on demand" but leave javascript on in stock browser? Does it still lag on most sites?

Glad that alternative browsers like dolphin, xscope are fine without lags. But if this is persistent problem in stock browser, they need to issue firmware update for this.

Yes it still lags when javascript is on but eventually they will come out with a ota to fix that problem but for me i dnt like the stock browser its too simple so even if they did fix it i wouldnt care lol
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Honestly...how bad is the lag on the stock browser guys?
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This is phonedog dogfight of Charge vs G2x. The last part of video from about 10:20 shows browser testing he did on both Charge, G2x. Charge looks fairly smooth on browsing and actually better than dual core G2x to me. I wonder if they now fixed this issue in stock browser with firmware update.

YouTube - Samsung DROID Charge vs. T-Mobile G2x Dogfight Part 1
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Honestly...how bad is the lag on the stock browser guys?

Its not too bad like if your on a site that doesnt have that much activity going on then its perfect but like when you go on phandroid.com its hard to scroll and it freezes thats why i downloaded an alternative and its perfect.
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This is phonedog dogfight of Charge vs G2x. The last part of video from about 10:20 shows browser testing he did on both Charge, G2x. Charge looks fairly smooth on browsing and actually better than dual core G2x to me. I wonder if they now fixed this issue in stock browser with firmware update.

YouTube - Samsung DROID Charge vs. T-Mobile G2x Dogfight Part 1

No they havent because i have the ED2 update and still its laggy...the update was just for samsungs media hub..
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