LAG when answering the phone.

Discussion in 'Samsung Fascinate Development' started by Mrdanks, Oct 22, 2010.

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    so after rooting and doing the newest voodoo. lagfix everyhing works great and runs smooth.
    I just had one question and could not find it anywhere, Does anybody else have problems moving the jigsaw puzzle piece when answering a phone call ?? Mine sticks and it takes 3 to 5 secs for it to un freeze and then answere...
    is there a fix for this ??
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    you wouldn't by chance have a random ringtone app installed do you ;)
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    NO I have zedge installed... but no ring tones... I use the standard old phone ringer...
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    I've noticed mine do the same thing. I end up missing a call because it would not respond at all. Not sure what is causing this. No ringtone app installed. It's happened to me twice and is very annoying. I wished there's a way to reprogram one of the soft keys to do the phone function.
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    It's sad cuz that's the only thing bad I notice about this phone.

    Swyped via Fascinate.
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    I've yet to see a single phone out there that was perfect. I'd guess it's a software issue and may be fixed with an update.

    Then you would have it. The perfect phone. ;)

    No, wait. It took me two seconds but I realized that with every update comes some bad so it still won't be perfect.
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    Agreed.... fix one thing only to break another. It comes with the ever-evolving technological advances.