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Submission + - The Android Lag Fix That Really Wasn't (itworld.com) 2

jfruh writes: "When Android was first introduced, it got much of its buzz in the open source community, and despite it being a mobile juggernaut backed by huge companies, it remains an open source project that anyone can submit code to. Thus, when a community patch that claimed to reduce the lag that still plagues the platform was created, it rocketed around various community code sites and was widely praised. The only problem: it didn't actually speed Android up."
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The Android Lag Fix That Really Wasn't

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