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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by DarkInertia, Sep 25, 2011.

  1. DarkInertia

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    Since day one my Galaxy s2 had the notorious wakeup lag- it would take 1.5 secs or so for the screen to turn on after pressing the home or power button.
    I don't know how many people have it, but it sounds pretty widespread, and both stock and rooted phones with different roms suffer from this little problem.

    Yesterday I was forced to do a hard reset because my phone went crazy after a certain game ("destroy Gunners" free version) froze...

    the fact that my Go launcher settings weren't backed up and I had to tweak it all over again, and the fact that I lost all my Gameloft games, kinda sucked, but the compensation is that the lag dissapeared.:D

    It worked for me, it might work for you, although I'd think someone would have already figured it out...


    Cheers!
     

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    It was fixed for me after updating to 2.3.4!
     
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    I gotta say that although my SGS2 has wake up lag it's pretty small so I've just got used to it.

    When they roll out 2.3.4 I'll see if it improves...
     
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    I thought it was common knowledge that high resolution wallpapers are what cause the lag.

    None of the default wallpapers cause it.

    I use widget locker anyway and there doesn't seem to be a lag with that. :D
     
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    wallpaper or lock screen? I tried using a default wallpaper but there wasn't any diff.might try a lower resolution lock screen when I get home
     
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    I'm not using TouchWiz atm so can't remember if there's an option for different home screen and lock screen wallpapers, but if there is I guess it would be the lock screen one.

    I read about the startup lag before I got the phone so it was one of the first things I checked, and none of the default wallpapers seem to cause any lag for me.
     

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