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[Q] screen lag

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20th February 2013, 08:05 PM   |  #1  
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Hi there,

I noticed on my GT2 a screen lag between touching the display and start moving my finger.
For an example: i touch the display with my finger in an app like "multitouch visualizer 2" and i see how it recognizes my finger. But when i start moving my finger, i have to move my finger for a small distance until it shows me how my finger is moving. It's not much but it still bothers me. I don't recognize anything like that on my nexus 4 or other devices.
It happens also in every app, that's why i think it's either hardware or firmware related. Does anyone has a solution for me?

I'm running codeworkx' CM10.1 with the aokp kernel.

Thanks in advance.

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Originally Posted by paescheh

Hi there,

I noticed on my GT2 a screen lag between touching the display and start moving my finger.
For an example: i touch the display with my finger in an app like "multitouch visualizer 2" and i see how it recognizes my finger. But when i start moving my finger, i have to move my finger for a small distance until it shows me how my finger is moving. It's not much but it still bothers me. I don't recognize anything like that on my nexus 4 or other devices.
It happens also in every app, that's why i think it's either hardware or firmware related. Does anyone has a solution for me?

I'm running codeworkx' CM10.1 with the aokp kernel.

Thanks in advance.

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Codework says today that aokp kernel may produce problems on CM ,change the kernel and look if the problem persist.

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21st February 2013, 04:49 PM   |  #3  
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I use aokp kernel only since a few weeks. As far as i remember i had the problem already before i changed the kernel.
But I'll give it a try thanks

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hello. i was going to make a new thread about this, but i searched this forum and found this thread.
because i've noticed this problem since i first got my tablet (GT2 10.1) last year and it's very annoying because it makes the whole experience feel laggy and cheap. is it certain that a kernel change will fix the issue?
thank you
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Originally Posted by xVermicide

hello. i was going to make a new thread about this, but i searched this forum and found this thread.
because i've noticed this problem since i first got my tablet (GT2 10.1) last year and it's very annoying because it makes the whole experience feel laggy and cheap. is it certain that a kernel change will fix the issue?
thank you

It dident really solve the problem. The lag still exists. I got used to the small lag but the experience with the AOKP-Kernel is pretty good to me.

I think we have to keep in mind that our tablet isn't a premium product like the Nexus 10 or any other highend (expensive) tablets.
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It dident really solve the problem. The lag still exists. I got used to the small lag but the experience with the AOKP-Kernel is pretty good to me.

I think we have to keep in mind that our tablet isn't a premium product like the Nexus 10 or any other highend (expensive) tablets.

yeah I figured it was a hardware problem that can't be fixed with software. maybe firmware but who knows? I just look forward to getting a nexus
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