So I've had my Droid for over a year now, running the stock Android 2.1, everything nice and smooth. However, I ran out of space to store apps/games on the phone, and I found out I could store them on the SD card if I were to update to Android 2.2. So I used Motorola's update service (I didn't do it manually) to get my phone on 2.2, and I immediately noticed lllllaaaaggggggg. For the simplest touch input the phone now takes a good second or so to register, it's really annoying. Its frame-rate during games is abysmal and most of the time when I press the home key it takes about 30 seconds for my apps and widgets to load onto the screen.
Now, I generally consider my self to know my computers, so I assume it's memory problems (though I have no first hand experience with smart-phones). I know Android takes the apps and widgets out the memory to free up some more for the application I'm processing, but 1. it isn't enough and 2. I can't handle waiting half a minute to switch between apps.
I know the Droid should be able to run 2.2 fine, though. What could be going wrong? :<