Urgent: Droid 2.1 Update Causing Performance Problems?

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    Here's the APK if anyone wants to run the test.

    I just ran Raging Thunder 2 and it plays fine. I'm going to assume this only effects 2d animations?

    I'd be interested to here from some folks that have some knowledge on this subject.
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    that is a weird symptom of some problem. I installed lag test and my phone averaged 38 fps
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    my phone runs smoother and more responsive than anything.
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    I have only noticed an increase in overall performance since my update to 2.1.
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    No idea about the technical side of whatever that this video demonstrates but have been very please with performance since the update.

    In fact, while watching the video I found that high quality you tube streaming is much more reliable and quick.

    Boo at bad reporting, ZDnet has reported on this 'issue' already. :mad: