1. Jon Jackson's Avatar
    Whether it's Facebook, Chrome or default browser when I'm in the photo section or Images, it takes between one to three seconds to go from slightly blurry to crisp. Not talking about just looking at a page, talking about going to Chrome let's say and pick any subject and go to images and as you pan from pic to pic this happens. Normal? I'm getting 24 mbps here in my loft.
    05-12-2014 09:06 PM
  2. Relgoshan's Avatar
    Whether it's Facebook, Chrome or default browser when I'm in the photo section or Images, it takes between one to three seconds to go from slightly blurry to crisp. Not talking about just looking at a page, talking about going to Chrome let's say and pick any subject and go to images and as you pan from pic to pic this happens. Normal? I'm getting 24 mbps here in my loft.
    That's your GPU resampling images and progressively adding in the higher quality ones. You're still browsing on a phone.
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    05-12-2014 09:45 PM
  3. Jon Jackson's Avatar
    That's your GPU resampling images and progressively adding in the higher quality ones. You're still browsing on a phone.
    So even loading in individual pics takes some time?I'm not talking about looking at an entire gallery waiting for a pic to show up. I'm talking about one pic at a time being fuzzy and a second or two later it's beautiful and crisp.
    05-13-2014 09:27 AM
  4. Relgoshan's Avatar
    So even loading in individual pics takes some time?I'm not talking about looking at an entire gallery waiting for a pic to show up. I'm talking about one pic at a time being fuzzy and a second or two later it's beautiful and crisp.
    That...sounds to me like part of the presentation framework is bottlenecking performance. There is still fast sample and slow sample as it scales images to fit, but it really sounds like your GPU is taking too long to composite images. Or it's doing the operation in software instead for some reason rather than in hardware.
    05-15-2014 05:16 PM
  5. Jon Jackson's Avatar
    That...sounds to me like part of the presentation framework is bottlenecking performance. There is still fast sample and slow sample as it scales images to fit, but it really sounds like your GPU is taking too long to composite images. Or it's doing the operation in software instead for some reason rather than in hardware.
    So...any tweak or something I can do? I tried chrome and the default internet, they are both the same. I type in say "puppies" go to images, then see a pic, loads in , swipe to the next pic, take a couple seconds, then the next pic etc etc.
    05-15-2014 05:21 PM
  6. Jon Jackson's Avatar
    Anyone? Hello? Echo....echo...echo....*coyote howling* *crickets chirping*
    05-15-2014 05:58 PM
  7. PainFX's Avatar
    Anyone? Hello? Echo....echo...echo....*coyote howling* *crickets chirping*
    can you give me a website for an example? i wanna try to see if it does it on mines and i will let u know
    05-15-2014 06:12 PM
  8. Jon Jackson's Avatar
    Not any particular website. I'm talking about open your browser, go to images, type dogs, or jet fighter, doesn't matter, then browse through the pics.
    05-15-2014 07:11 PM
  9. PainFX's Avatar
    Not any particular website. I'm talking about open your browser, go to images, type dogs, or jet fighter, doesn't matter, then browse through the pics.
    i will report back tonight.
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    05-15-2014 07:15 PM
  10. Arcadias1795's Avatar
    I can confirm that my Verizon Samsung Galaxy S5 is also this way when I search images on Chrome. You would think a brand new smartphone wouldn't have any issues with performance...
    Jon Jackson likes this.
    05-15-2014 08:14 PM
  11. Jon Jackson's Avatar
    Thank you for your reply. It was the same on my s3 I think. However the commercials they run here in Dallas texas say quad core or 64 bit. I'm pretty sure what I have here is a dual processor
    05-15-2014 08:28 PM

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