1. nathy321's Avatar
    When I press the button on the side to turn off the screen there is a delay, is there anyway to make it instant?
    09-19-2011 08:47 AM
  2. JayWill's Avatar
    When I press the button on the side to turn off the screen there is a delay, is there anyway to make it instant?
    What kind of delay are you talking about? Mine is about as instant as it gets. Maybe it's an app you're running? I'd try killing off tasks one by one, turning off the screen each time and see if you can find the culprit.
    09-19-2011 09:01 AM
  3. nathy321's Avatar
    when i press the button the screen dims first and then turns off and then when i press the button to turn it on it just doesn't turn on instantly its takes like 2 seconds, when i had the Evo 3d it was instant, as soon as I press the button it would turn on or off
    09-19-2011 09:07 AM
  4. JayWill's Avatar
    when i press the button the screen dims first and then turns off and then when i press the button to turn it on it just doesn't turn on instantly its takes like 2 seconds, when i had the Evo 3d it was instant, as soon as I press the button it would turn on or off
    Ahh I see. Yeah mine does that too. Maybe I'm a bit more patient but I still consider that pretty instant hehe.
    09-19-2011 09:11 AM
  5. Cobravision's Avatar
    That's a side effect of one of the features on the ET. When you turn off, it idles the processor to zero. So when you turn it back on, it has to power on, and that creates a 1-2 sec delay.

    The upside is the battery lasts a long time.
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    09-19-2011 09:32 AM
  6. nathy321's Avatar
    ohhh ok, no wonder it has such great battery life, I was just curious as to way it had that delay, but I'd rather that any day over horrible battery life like on the 3D lol
    09-19-2011 10:17 AM
  7. NismoZ's Avatar
    Processor goes to 200MHz,(down from whatever it was clocked at, either full 1.2GHz or somewhere in the middle).
    09-19-2011 10:25 AM
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