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By tell4ever, Senior Member on 26th April 2012, 12:49 AM
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i find the way HTC has done multitasking is a bit irritating,, you cant view multiple apps at once and its rather irritating when removing recent apps..
do you guys prefer the way ICS handles it more than htc????
and the better question is would we see a tweak to revert it to the ICS way
 
 
26th April 2012, 01:11 AM |#2  
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The htc way may look impressive at first but having to perform multiple swipes around a 3d interface that show one app at a time is slow and inefficient. A list or grid view with a close button next to each app will be much more convenient and i would less of a drain on your battery.
26th April 2012, 01:45 AM |#3  
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Yes i much prefer the stock ICS one, makes much more sense to see 4 apps at once and swipe them off very quickly, instead of swiping one, then waiting, then swiping one, then waiting *sigh*
26th April 2012, 02:22 AM |#4  
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It's part of sense & that's why I bought this phone and not wait for the sgs3 because I prefer sense over stock android. Some parts may be less efficient but for me sense vastly improves Android experience so little things like this are worth it. Sure there will be a mod for rooted phones

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I very much prefer the ICS stock one. Hope there's a way to change that without needing a root. Not about to root a new phone so soon.
26th April 2012, 03:45 AM |#6  
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Definitely HTC easier than aosp ics.

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26th April 2012, 03:56 AM |#7  
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Definitely HTC easier than aosp ics.

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Just a question, how exactly do you find the HTC multitasking easier than ASOP?
26th April 2012, 04:13 AM |#8  
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Cause its easier to navigate. I find scrolling left or right easier then up and down on aosp. It's a matter of taste. I have a gnex and I couldn't get use to the multitasking on it. On the one x i use it more.

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Cause its easier to navigate. I find scrolling left or right easier then up and down on aosp. It's a matter of taste. I have a gnex and I couldn't get use to the multitasking on it. On the one x i use it more.

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I guess but I prefer the fact that you can see more than one app on ASOP
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The Sense way of doing it is slow. It's slow to start and when you close an app you have to wait for the slow animation to slide in the next app. I understand that HTC wants to do things different but omg don't do things slow and laggy. Have you tried scrolling the bookmark list in the browser!? It's slow.
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