Yea I think that fits my situation because the UI slowdown was corrected by a factory reset but my emulator still runs choppy. Btw I've always been running stock android,
Damn thing is moving too quick for me to see, but mostly I see both near 60.
I realize that the figures are moving, but IMO I don't have this issue.
Stock manual update to 2.1, had no issues and all my apps run fine at this time.
Of course, if it is a bug that was in 2.0.1 and removed for 2.1, then it can be reoved again for the next update.
I am not having any luck getting the ap tester installed, but I was thinking. Is it possible to throw one of the many switches in the build.prop file to correct this? I know which ones are used for the highspeed video tweaks, but I found a couple of other values/settings that could be tested.
I will try dowloading the speed test apk again later, to see if I can get it to install, to test, and perhaps edit the build.prop file.
These two lines in the build.prop look like likely candidates to try.
These correspond to the values in question, 30 and 60, and are not part of the video fps tweaks.
As to the developer, that thought crossed my mind, but it is possible that as the developers have to write for unrooted phones, and as the build.prop editing is only available to rooted devices, who knows??????
I will try later, as right now it is not snowing or blowing, so I have a date with some cold blue steel, a chronograph, and a pretty cool ballistic ap that was written for the droid. Droid does, for hunters/shooters............