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  1. delta7's Avatar
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    is there a fix for this? The app preety much brings the pre to a crawl and I'm tired of it.
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    That's not a lot of info for us to try to help you with ...

    Is this a brand new install of DrPodder? What else is running at the same time as DrPodder? Is your Pre stock or heavily modded?
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    my pre is stock with 7 patched
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    I will list the patches soon.
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    I bought it for 99 cents and it runs better, I had the free version 0.70 and this version is 0.71
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    There's no real difference between the homebrew version and the app catalog version. What you will find is that as you add more feeds, and over time, the database grows. As the database grows, the app will slow. I plan on fixing this after the current additions, but it will require quite a bit of rewriting, so it will take some time.
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       #7  
    what happens on my sprint pre s that the app doesn't get past the loading screen, it just sits there.

    I love the app but I think my pre needs to be overclocked or something.
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    Email me the .db file at support@drpodder.com and I can usually get you back up and running. See drPodder : Accessing DB File for more information on getting the .db file.

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