Daily Briefing is garbage

Discussion in 'Samsung Fascinate' started by bluevolume, Jan 15, 2011.

  1. bluevolume

    bluevolume Member

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    After much trial and error, I figured out that the Daily Briefing widget is causing the slowdowns on my Fascinate. I'f you have that sucker on any of your home screens, kill it and see if your UI doesn't speed way up.

    Sent from my Samsung Fascinate
     
  2. hookbill

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    What do you mean kill it? What you should do is delete it, if you can. Using a task killer is just going to cause you problems further down the line.

    Now if your killing it via applications, that's ok.
     
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    Why dont you just remove it from your screen and just use the app instead of the feed.
     
  4. bluevolume

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    By kill it, I just meant remove it from the home screen. It's honestly made my phone so much faster just by doing that, not sure why.

    Sent from my Samsung Fascinate
     
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