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1st February 2014, 07:49 PM   |  #11  
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i've noticed that it crashes when you are giving to many inputs i.e. tapping too much. If you avoid this, the app works well.

There is also an issue of tap detection. when i try to reply to someone i have to tap on the post below the one desired. :/ but it doesnt crash the app... so thats a plus right?
1st February 2014, 09:59 PM   |  #12  
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Originally Posted by BewareAlbatross

The last time I went to XDA through an app I used Tapatalk instead of XDA because I already use Tapatalk for all the other forums. I did buy the XDA app to support XDA, I just don't like keeping so many different apps all for forums. I found that the Tapatalk app doesn't crash when I browse on it, if you wanted to try that?

Thanks buddy. I'm using tapa talk now. I like it better.

Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
1st February 2014, 10:38 PM   |  #13  
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Thanks buddy. I'm using tapa talk now. I like it better.

Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk


Appreciate it. Yeah, I've never quite gotten used to Facebook, still keep forums I've been on for years.... Tapatalk is a really nice way to organize them all. The only thing that drives me nuts is that when you go to download a file off of a forum it opens a browser which kind of disrupts the flow, but I think XDA app did the same thing. That would be a tremendously useful thing for the XDA app to do is manage XDA downloads, but for all I know it does that now, I haven't used the XDA app in awhile. These ATT ROMs are around a gig sometime... Hell to download on a mobile phone just because so many things seem to be able to break the download. And the download managers seem to hiccup sometimes with the site that are primarily used for hosting, don't know why.
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3rd February 2014, 05:58 AM   |  #14  
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I bought the xda premium app a couple years ago to show my support. But it does suck on this phone. Doesn't show pictures corectly. The search function is not very helpful. When I open it if it's been in the the background for a while it won't connect to the server to refresh. I have to close it and open it again. Also when leaving the app the animation lags really bad. I always thought it ironic that the XDA app was so buggy lol

**side note- I don't know the first thing about making apps or how hard they are to debug and make run smoothly on all devices. So I'm not hating. Just throwing it out there...
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