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    I was wondering if any one else had problems with this phone being slow.Every time I pull down the notification bar it reacts incredibly slow.Sometimes my thumb can swipe all the way down before it reacts.Coming from the incredible I didn't expect this from a dual core.Not sure if I got a defective unit or if this is normal.
    Last edited by chucknine; 01-01-2012 at 11:22 PM.
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    I don't think I have that problem.

    Do you have a lot of apps running?

    Have you tried rebooting the phone?
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    Mine is as smooth as silk, and I have 7 pages full of apps, folders, and widgets, and tons more apps in the drawer. It may be an app that you installed. Use task manager and kill all apps.
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    Went to Verizon today and they swapped it for a new one.Seems to be fine so far.Thanks for the input.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chucknine View Post
    Went to Verizon today and they swapped it for a new one.Seems to be fine so far.Thanks for the input.
    Good decision to swap out, that was definitely not a typical issue for any Rezound owner to encounter.
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    This happened to me with my DINC every now and then.
    I am sure it's more streamlined with the Rezound, but it probably has something to do with sense.
    Not saying it's bad, but sense does use a lot of resources, but I noticed it more with running apps like youtube, movies, graphic intensive stuff.
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    I had this problem on my old incredible 2 whenever I used set cpu.

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