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Is MDA Compact III slower than it should be?

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Only had my MDAC III for a few days now, so I'm still also using my O2 Xda Mini S (HTC Wizard etc) until my number's ported and whilst I transfer stuff over.

Noticed something though with File explorer - when I browse to /Windows with my Xda, it takes a couple of seconds to display the directory, but when I do the same with my MDAC, it take ages - probably around 30 seconds. Both devices are clean of any o2/t-Mob customisation, and have roughly the same number of files in /windows. I thought these both had the same speed processors, so why the difference? Is the T-Mob ROM duff?

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Only had my MDAC III for a few days now, so I'm still also using my O2 Xda Mini S (HTC Wizard etc) until my number's ported and whilst I transfer stuff over.

Noticed something though with File explorer - when I browse to /Windows with my Xda, it takes a couple of seconds to display the directory, but when I do the same with my MDAC, it take ages - probably around 30 seconds. Both devices are clean of any o2/t-Mob customisation, and have roughly the same number of files in /windows. I thought these both had the same speed processors, so why the difference? Is the T-Mob ROM duff?

Hi,

My MDAC3 can also be a bit slow in reading the mail windows directory (due to the large number of files in there) but my JAMin was exactly the same. Overall I would have to say the MDAC3 is faster than the JAMin was.

Regards

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30 seconds!!! thats ages... that takes we back to the original SPV days!

its only about 3 seconds on my MDA Compact II

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It takes forever on mine too using the normal file explorere.

Using total commander speeds things up nicely, still not instant though. I just tried it and it was approx 5-6 seconds.

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Using total commander speeds things up nicely, still not instant though. I just tried it and it was approx 5-6 seconds.

... yes the same here with Resco File Explorer. It takes some 6-10 seconds to list all files in Windows folder ... Well, it is perfect but still better than the File Explorer thing built-in ROM. Hoever, I believe it is not about the speed of the CPU but has something to do with the way the File Explorer approaches the file system ...

PavelR.

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... yes the same here with Resco File Explorer. It takes some 6-10 seconds to list all files in Windows folder ... Well, it is perfect but still better than the File Explorer thing built-in ROM. Hoever, I believe it is not about the speed of the CPU but has something to do with the way the File Explorer approaches the file system ...

PavelR.

My Compact 3 seems quick

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