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Old 06-05-2008, 10:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey everyone, last night I popped in my sim card into my Pearl 8100, and it feels slower (a lot slower, and laggier) than my Curve... I looked up online and it says that they both have the same processor speed. I've flashed it to the newest software version that I could find. What do you think? Thanks
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Funny, I've found the opposite. Whenever I switch back to my old Pearl it seems to do things faster. Especially anything data related.
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Does anyone think that doing a complete reflash with JL_Cmder will work? Or is this something that no one else has ever experienced (for those of you who switch between pearls & curves haha)
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