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Old 12-17-2008, 06:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default So what is the smoother OS right now .180 or .195?

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Has anyone loaded and tested both versions to see which one has smoother dialing and reduces lag the most?

I'm sure we all have the same issues with dialing quickly and the 8220 skipping digits and hanging for a second or two.

I loaded .195 and it's seems a tad bit smoother with the dialing but as smooth as the current build on my Curve.

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Old 12-17-2008, 07:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
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not sure i understood your last line. But i find the latest build much better. to avoid the lag issue on the older os i simply held the green key down again for a full second to get to the dial by name screen and no lag there. on the new OS i find i do not have to do that
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not sure i understood your last line. But i find the latest build much better. to avoid the lag issue on the older os i simply held the green key down again for a full second to get to the dial by name screen and no lag there. on the new OS i find i do not have to do that
Great news, thanks.

BTW - Does .195 come with the traditional Dimension themes? ... especially the Dimension Today theme???

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testing it now..
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Yeah i missed a word on my last line. I was saying the 195 build is better but not as smooth as the current 8320 Curve build.

So you feel 195 is noticeably smoother than 180?

Anyone else care to chime in? Lets get a little survey going.
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i like 195 better
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So far the latest seems smoother at dialing.
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