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1st October 2012, 05:22 PM   |  #1  
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Hi ! I want to hear your opinions about the new Jelly Bean update. What is positive and what is negative with the new update. Also what are your opinions about the new functions .
I noticed that there is another Thread about this. My mistake. I was typing for too long.
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1st October 2012, 05:47 PM   |  #2  
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i have use JB in a few devices already, Galaxy nexus, Galaxy S3, Nexus 7, Asus prime TF201. I can tell you right away that this version is the worth of all. the opening and closing animation of apps is jerky. Not smooth at all. The task manager to close app is always butter smooth in other devices when you scroll up and down, here is jerky. Not sure if this might add because of the 1920x1200 resolution which is 4x higher than 720p and require more cpu power. This is kind of disappointed, i really starting to think that this resolution is to much for a tegra 3.
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i have use JB in a few devices already, Galaxy nexus, Galaxy S3, Nexus 7, Asus prime TF201. I can tell you right away that this version is the worth of all. the opening and closing animation of apps is jerky. Not smooth at all. The task manager to close app is always butter smooth in other devices when you scroll up and down, here is jerky. Not sure if this might add because of the 1920x1200 resolution which is 4x higher than 720p and require more cpu power. This is kind of disappointed, i really starting to think that this resolution is to much for a tegra 3.

Are you on the balanced or performance mode? From what I understand the modes that save battery can csuse this with JB very noticeably sometimes.
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Are you on the balanced or performance mode? From what I understand the modes that save battery can csuse this with JB very noticeably sometimes.

balance and performance. both setting perfomance about the same. tab on the setting icon, or browser icon, the new animation for JB is suppost to be butter smooth but in this version of JB for our TF700 is jerky. scrolling and pinch to zoom seem find for a jb rom. Can wait for zeus to grab this and do his magic.
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balance and performance. both setting perfomance about the same. tab on the setting icon, or browser icon, the new animation for JB is suppost to be butter smooth but in this version of JB for our TF700 is jerky. scrolling and pinch to zoom seem find for a jb rom. Can wait for zeus to grab this and do his magic.

Ye. I find this quite disapointing to. Its not smooth at all. I think the full hd res is to much to handle for the tegra3
1st October 2012, 06:05 PM   |  #6  
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From my units standpoint it is not rooted and never has been the upgrade has made it much faster. I now understand what 'buttery smooth' means. No issues at this point with the download, upgrade, app loading or functioning afterwards. Wifi works as does gps. I use Boat as my browser and its significantly faster. Not quite as fast as my iPad3 but pretty close. Scrolling web pages is without lag now at least for me. Thank you Asus for a GREAT upgrade.
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portrait mode wallpaper bug still exists it looks like. Am i right?
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portrait mode wallpaper bug still exists it looks like. Am i right?

I'll let you in on a little secret. Get simple image live wallpaper. It causes no lag (multipicture lwp sometimes does) and it has no cropping either. You can even set different images for portrait and landscape modes.
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I had similar jerkiness and slowness after the initial update. After reading the TF201 forums I was ready to do a factory reset right after updating. Since then, I've restored all my apps and widgets, regained root, downloaded lots of things in the background while using the tab etc.. I'm happy to report It's buttery smooth. If you haven't done a factory reset after upgrading, do yourself a favor and give it a try.

Also, I had an interesting bug. My SD card wasn't recognized until after I rebooted the 2nd time after my factory reset. It's working fine now.. it even seems to be reading/writing faster than before.
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positive - we can now take pics while recording with the stock camera.
negative - the stock camera has a bit of a hiccup.

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