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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by JMF_Droid, Jul 11, 2011.

  1. JMF_Droid

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    Does anyone else's have serious lag while it's charging, I mainly notice when trying to type/text...sometimes letters don't pop up or it takes a few seconds literally? Not a huge deal, just curious if I was the only one.
     

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    Just have the DInc2 a couple of days, and havent had much experience with it yet. But my HTC Eris often did kooky things when I used it while it was charging, especially when I was charging it with a generic charger.
     
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    I am using the one that came w/ the phone, but after a little bit of research, I unplugged it from the wall and re plugged it back in & it works fine now. Just a bad connection I guess.
     
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    YES. this is driving me crazy. phone is perfect otherwise. soon as I plug it in (no matter what the battery level is/was) I have to wait 2 seconds between taps for it to register any input. anyone else seeing this?
     
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    Yes, and I only recently figured it out that it was when it was charging. I notice it in the morning when I still have it plugged in and try to use it. I originally thought something was wrong with the touchscreen because it acted so flaky. Simply removing it from the charger and it's back to normal. And this doesn't happen to me as soon as I plug in - it's after it has been on the charger for a long time, such as the next morning.
     
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    Both this one and my last HTC Android phone (an Eris) acted cuckoo while being charged, especially on a non-OEM charger. I noticed that I had one charger in particular that would make the phone act especially crazy.
    Try using a different charger and see if you get different results.
     

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