Cyanogen Tazz 2.0 starting to become a hinderance


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  1. sixstringedmatt

    sixstringedmatt Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hey guys,

    I recently reinstalled this ROM after my Gmail went on the fritz. It is completely fixed now!

    However, I am having some other issues. It may be the ROM, it may be me. I uninstalled ADW and purchased LPP. When I use LPP, sometimes the screen hiccups and items are redrawn before I can use the phone. The biggest time this happens is after unlock. The unlock swipe gets stuck out and hangs there for a few seconds then finally goes to my home screen.

    The phone just seems sluggish now and I don't understand why.

    Any input? If its the ROM, suggestions would be great. I am USED to 2.2 but don't know enough about 2.2 to say I need it for my next ROM. I do enjoy ALL of what was on the Tazz 2.0 ROM though, dialer, widgets, fluidity, etc.

    Thanks!
     

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  2. andrizoid

    andrizoid Well-Known Member

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    update you rom. its on 5.0 by now
     
  3. Frisco

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  4. ppbb

    ppbb Well-Known Member

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    Are you storing launcher pro on your sd card? Switch it to the phones internal memory if you are. It'll hiccup less and load faster etc.
     
  5. sixstringedmatt

    sixstringedmatt Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    LPP is on my phone, all my apps are really... I need to change that too!

    I will update! I have been a bit lazy, maybe it will help. Thanks so much folks!
     
  6. Frisco

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    Good for you.

    Take it slowly, and be sure to reboot after the initial boot up and after you've configured and tweaked a bit.

    Things seem to go smoother with a few reboots in the first hours of usage, most importantly right after that first boot following the flash and your gmail data entry, etc.
     

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