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Well I got an HTC flyer tablet that I play games on. I limit my phone to casual time killers

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Well I got an HTC flyer tablet that I play games on. I limit my phone to casual time killers

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Restaurant Story is as casual as it gets for me

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You can always ask some one who is trustworthy to do it for you like maybe a dev. Or a friend mate. Just a suggestion to root.

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Try to factory reset, and reinstall u'r apk / rooting and used script like supercharger. Root doesnt need a computer, u can used zip file and place it on sd. Attempt to bootloader and it will automatically rooting yours.

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Getting a new one in the mail and I'm not upgrading it until it gets fixed. Gingerbread is a more stable all around release. Just noticed as well HTC custom swype is not on ICS. Since ill have both versions ill post a review of both.

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All I can say is gingerbread is better in so many ways. Here's my list:

1. Battery is 50% better meaning I get twice as many hours on one charge.

2. Keybroad vibration doesn't glitch out. Meaning it vibrates on every keystroke.

3.All menus are the same color, green making the phone look better.

4.Apps load and respond a lot faster.

5. I have way more ram available almost a half a gig free

6. I have a lot more system settings available.

7. Sense is better, like the news app has a lot more options.

My list can go on, the only cons are the new features ICS has but I can use third party apps for some. ICS is slower and HTC released a poor update, I over the "i got ICS hype". It sucks, I have both systems side by side and tested them all day long. Sony was right gingerbread wins hands down. Now I'm happy with my phone.


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Yeah but the gingerbread launcher blows. You can't customize the dock, folder support is intact but not as refined and your forced to have 7 home screens whether or not you want them or not. Course you could always just use adw

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I love that my phone never reboots or force closes apps, however my infuse 4g was faster in terms of touch response and battery life. Sometimes I feel like ics on the.vivid is a little slow

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ICS was fast as hell when I first upgraded now it's gotten noticeably more laggy which is a bit odd. Maybe not laggy so much just losses smoothness at times.

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Gingerbread to ICS felt like windows xp to vista.

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