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Frequent Redraws With Apex Launcher

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Tman5293, Apr 20, 2012.

  1. Tman5293

    Tman5293 Well-Known Member
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    Is any one else using Apex launcher and having the same problem? It seems like it is redrawing almost every time I go back to the home screen after exiting an app.

    Is there any way to fix this or somehow lock the launcher into memory to keep Android from killing it? Or do I just have to wait for an update?
     



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  2. critcher

    critcher Member

    I use Apex but don't get that problem. Well, not often.

    Maybe the apps you're using are hogging the memory? It seems to happen to me when I have several things going on at once.

    I tried a few different launchers and settled on Nova. For a while. But Apex just does so much more. I still prefer Nova's page transitions though!
     
  3. theandies

    theandies Android Enthusiast

    I'm using the stock launcher and currently setting up HUBs with ADW Ex and don't have the problem.
    I'm using Multilive wallpaper that redraws a lot. Is that what you're seeing?
     
  4. harmony895

    harmony895 Newbie

    Same problem here on my HTC Sensation, i also see some times horizontal thin lines.
    I also use it on my Asus Transformer and there without any problems.
    Both are on ICS.
     
  5. harmony895

    harmony895 Newbie

    Update:
    I think i found the solution.
    Change the minimum scroll time to 20 in the settings.
    Both on Home Screen and App drawer.
     
  6. harmony895

    harmony895 Newbie

    Second Update.
    I screamed to loud and to quick.
    Yes it helps a little.
    Then i also installed Launcher Pro EX and same problem with this one.
    Very choppy and a lot of redraws.

    In my opinion it is ICS that makes this horrible.
     
  7. jhhoffma

    jhhoffma Lurker

    Try turning off auto-rotate, set it to portrait only and see if that makes it any better.
     

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