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    Lightbulb Pages scrolling lag in any browser - what to do?

    Need help:
    got a new Infinity Pad.
    Got the following problem:
    while scrolling pages up/down in browser its lagging several times per site. It is not severe, but it quite visible,
    and it is very annoying.
    Have installed browsers like Firefox, dolphine, maxthon, etc, the problem is the same.

    Pad does video ok, or I have tried 3d game for tegra - it also works fine.

    Have read something like
    https://plus.google.com/100838276097...ts/VDkV9XaJRGS

    I am in doubt - whether my particular Infinity Pad is bad,
    or it is the same Android problem for all tablets?
    What to do?

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    Welcome to the forum

    The problem you are describing is indicative of an issue communicating with your WiFi. I have a list of WiFi issues ans solutions in a link below. One or more may help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leeshor View Post
    Welcome to the forum

    The problem you are describing is indicative of an issue communicating with your WiFi. I have a list of WiFi issues ans solutions in a link below. One or more may help.
    Is this really a wifi problem?
    I've got scroll lagging even if the page has been fully downloaded...

    To say more exactly: when I scroll down or up, page content does not move continuously smoothly, but shakes periodically.
    Last edited by Emilka; 09-16-2012 at 12:53 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emilka View Post
    Is this really a wifi problem?
    I've got scroll lagging even if the page has been fully downloaded...

    To say more exactly: when I scroll down or up, page content does not move continuously smoothly, but shakes periodically.
    I have yet to run into an Android browser that operates the same as a desktop browser, and that includes scrolling performance. But I also don't see Android browsers caching pages the same way either. So you have a couple options. Try browsing on a public hotspot, and do a hard reset. Instructions for the reset below and nothing will be lost following those instructions other than some trash files.

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    OP
    What I would do is...

    Get the free Wifi Analyzer app from the Play Store & check for the best channel
    Reboot your router
    Clean the cache, cookies etc from your browsers
    Cold boot (link in signature)
    Try again

    But I *suspect* you may see similar results as despite buying the most powerful Android Asus tablet, browsing isn't as smooth or reliable on Android as on a PC or Mac.

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    Quote Originally Posted by janner43 View Post
    OP
    What I would do is...

    Get the free Wifi Analyzer app from the Play Store & check for the best channel
    Reboot your router
    Clean the cache, cookies etc from your browsers
    Cold boot (link in signature)
    Try again

    But I *suspect* you may see similar results as despite buying the most powerful Android Asus tablet, browsing isn't as smooth or reliable on Android as on a PC or Mac.
    Thank you, I suspect it too. It is a little bit disappointing...

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    The OP is seeing lag while SCROLLING a webpage, not LOADING it. This has nothing to do with wifi... It has nothing to do with network I am sorry, but this is some of the worst advice I have read. Every solution on this forum is to hard reset or factory reset. Ridiculous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zAlbee View Post
    The OP is seeing lag while SCROLLING a webpage, not LOADING it. This has nothing to do with wifi... It has nothing to do with network I am sorry, but this is some of the worst advice I have read. Every solution on this forum is to hard reset or factory reset. Ridiculous.
    You might wanna try a hard reset before doling out such wonderful advice.
    You've offered no sage advice, yet still decided to criticize.
    It's a forum....there's nothing stopping you from moving on.

 

 

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