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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by CraigMobile, Jun 30, 2011.

  1. CraigMobile

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    Since updating to 2.3 this app Wich I use to check in on the forums has been a bit jerky when scrolling not a major issue but is annoying, is there a way I could fix this myself?
     

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    I've not really noticed anything, are you using the latest version of the app (released yesterday I think)? Might be worth asking in the app section of the forum (under community talk).
     
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    Do you see lag when scrolling through other long lists?
     
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    Nope, just in phandroid...


    Edit: just updated the app but no improvement when scrolling.
     
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    Only thing I can think of is trying a reboot. That can help if you're having trouble with lag.
    I've been scrolling up and down trying to see if it would get jerky on mine. Sometimes it appeared to, but after a blink I could see it wasn't really. I'm wondering if the horizontal lines between threads make a kind of optical illusion?
     

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