Question regarding performance of Galaxy S...
I don't have a Samsung Galaxy S anymore, i now have an HTC Desire HD, however i do have a thought to possibly run past current owners right now - i'm namely talking about the Galaxy S i9000 however if this applies to the US variants like Captivate, Fascinate, Vibrant etc then fair do's...
The main reason for switching from the Galaxy S to the HTC Desire HD was that the Samsung Galaxy S was so SLOW - god awfully slow (So much so that i reverted back to my BlackBerry Bold whilst waiting on my Desire HD being delivered)
Upon receiving my Desire HD with no SD Card inserted, it ran amazingly smooth and fast however when loading in a SanDisk Class 2 16gb microSD Card, it was slow whilst preparing the SD Card however it then remained slow after it had done the necessary preparations. (So i initially thought it was a problem with the SD Card)
However, after searching through a couple of forums courtesy of Google Search i found that by going through Menu -> Settings -> Applications -> Development and then enabling/checking USB Debugging, this increased the speed immensely to the point where there is NO lag at all...
...which made me then think "Did i do that on the Samsung Galaxy S?" because if i didn't i may have got rid of the phone for nothing!! Can any SGS owners verify if this works or makes an improvement at all?
Smartphone Ownership Time Line
Nokia N73>Nokia N95>BlackBerry 8700g>BlackBerry 9000>BlackBerry 8220>BlackBerry 9500>HTC P6300>BlackBerry 8110>BlackBerry 9520>BlackBerry 8520>HTC Google Nexus One>BlackBerry 8800>BlackBerry 9700>Samsung Galaxy S i9000 16GB>HTC Desire HD>HTC HD7>Palm Pixi Plus>BlackBerry 9800>Apple iPhone 3GS>Apple iPhone 4>BlackBerry 9300> DELL VENUE PRO 16GB!!