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OP Simonna

29th January 2014, 06:33 PM   |  #1  
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Hello,so now I need a help because recently I got one very annoying problem:
On Dolphin browser or Next browser (It's the browsers that I usually using) I got very annoying popup ad that I have low memory and I need to clean it up, ok I pressed on "clean now" and I was redirected on Google Play Store app called "Du speed booster) and of course I checked my phone free RAM too but I had about 300MB free (earlier I didn't notice about this issue,it's started to happen about one week ago,it's happening only on certain websites,and + downloaded airpush detector and some Ad detector apps to check what app could cause those annoying popup ads with low memory message but no "bad" app was found) So does anyone have idea what could cause it?

And another problem that I've for along time (ok it's not such big problem as one above but as for regular Tapatalk user it's quite annoying) so to go on topic,on Tapatalk app I have slight scrolling lag,and I tried all solutions how to fix it but no one has helped (it's overclocking CPU up to 1.6GHZ,changing CPU governors,trying different I/O schedulers,forcing GPU rendering, and of course installing some AOSP roms) but slight scrolling lags happening anyway. So I would like to know, it is only me having Tapatalk scrolling lag issues or not,because on Google I haven't found a lot of people with scrolling lag issues on Tapatalk app)

So any suggestions and advices would be welcome.
29th January 2014, 10:52 PM   |  #2  
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1- Check those browser's settings for popup blocking setting, or you could install adBlock: https://adblockplus.org/en/android-install

2- never had this sort of problem- try to reset kernel's configs, or clean cache in taptalk settings

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29th January 2014, 10:59 PM   |  #3  
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1- Check those browser's settings for popup blocking setting, or you could install adBlock: https://adblockplus.org/en/android-install

2- never had this sort of problem- try to reset kernel's configs, or clean cache in taptalk settings

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Pop up window blocking on browsers is checked.
Hmm... I cleaned its cache but it's didn't help a lot. I am using latest version of Tapatalk and these stutters usually happens about every 3-4 seconds. There is a difference that on every ROM it's different on one ROM scrolling stuttering is slighter on another one it's bigger.

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30th January 2014, 06:03 AM   |  #4  
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Pop up window blocking on browsers is checked.
Hmm... I cleaned its cache but it's didn't help a lot. I am using latest version of Tapatalk and these stutters usually happens about every 3-4 seconds. There is a difference that on every ROM it's different on one ROM scrolling stuttering is slighter on another one it's bigger.

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I recommend downloading AdBlack+, it seems to be very effective against those popups.

I don't think its related to the rom itself, but the kernel its uses- try to flash boeffla (get the stable ver) + download boeffla-config and check the default configs- its really flying

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30th January 2014, 10:23 AM   |  #5  
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I recommend downloading AdBlack+, it seems to be very effective against those popups.

I don't think its related to the rom itself, but the kernel its uses- try to flash boeffla (get the stable ver) + download boeffla-config and check the default configs- its really flying

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Thanks for advice,to adblock I will definitely give a try. And I'm using boeffla kernel, and ok will try to restore it to default configs.
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