View Poll Results: Did the update resolve the lag issue (this is not referring to NETWORK SEARCHING lag)

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  • My Treo never lagged (other than NETWORK SEARCHING), so I can't tell

    0 0%
  • My Treo never lagged (other than NETWORK SEARCHING) but it now lags.

    1 2.33%
  • My Treo lagged (other than NETWORK SEARCHING) but since installing the update it no longer does

    18 41.86%
  • My Treo lagged (other than NETWORK SEARCHING) yet despite installing the update it still does

    18 41.86%
  • I didn't successfully update or there isn't an update for my Treo

    6 13.95%
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  1. haroldo's Avatar
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       #1  
    This poll isn't referring to the 'network searching' lag.
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    I can't find a suitable selection on your poll. My phone had lag in addition to the "network searching" before the MR, post-MR the lag is still there but is slightly less. The lag on the phone application is significantly reduced, blazer still lags, but less, going in-out of the application.

    The residual lag appears to be partially related to the amount of memory usage and perhaps the size of program databases (contact, calendar, etc); the residual lag is much improved after a Hard-Reset, but after Restoring the backup, is worse again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TreoNewt View Post
    I can't find a suitable selection on your poll. My phone had lag in addition to the "network searching" before the MR, post-MR the lag is still there but is slightly less. The lag on the phone application is significantly reduced, blazer still lags, but less, going in-out of the application.

    The residual lag appears to be partially related to the amount of memory usage and perhaps the size of program databases (contact, calendar, etc); the residual lag is much improved after a Hard-Reset, but after Restoring the backup, is worse again.

    Snappier but the dreaded lag is still there!
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    Yes, lag is still there, just not as bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by morningstar1844 View Post
    Snappier but the dreaded lag is still there!

    Exactly...that's the poll choice I needed.
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    lag still there for me.
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    I have noticed a reduction in the lag by changing the sector size for my sd card which is 4GB in size im going to do more testing with VFS mark and general lag testing and i will post the results.

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