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i8000 slow response after usb mass storage

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Hi everyone,

Help please, my omnia 2 is getting a slow response after it was taken from USB mass storage connection.

Thanks.

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Have you tried doing a soft reset?

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Have you tried doing a soft reset?

yes, i noticed this slow response after i had my omnia 2 upgraded to wm6.5. any advise please? thanks,

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yeah, i have that problem too after i flashed with ij9...

i always thought that it was a problem of my phone.

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Me to.

6.5 german stock rom.

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what's the problem exactly? after using the USB mass storage connection, the phone is always slow? or it happens for a while after each USB connection?

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i found a solution to this: disable first titatium (windows default) on today item before usb mass storage mode then reenable the titanium after usb file transfer.

Hope this will help.

thanks.

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I noticed it too! When i connect on the pc. But it occurs 15-20 sec after connect. I think it is the syc between O2 and Sync Center.

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Very good solution adioph!! Working fine for me. And also, you don´t need to disable titanium before connecting the device. Once you have finished copying files to your device, you can go and disable, then enable titanium (let´s call it a restart) and the phone will be fine again.

Cheers.

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I had reported this issue in the secany rom thread.

the issue has been replicated on a few different omnia consisiting of the lastest firmware.

even with samsung widgets enabled.

normal today screen

and the new default home screen from 6.5

We tried reflashing the firmware 3x

did a hard reset

after usb connection was made in Mass Storage and safely removed form pc. Omnia 2 would leg

Active Sync only happend slightly and phone would be operational, though two phones from the 5 did have an issue with active sync and the lag.

I think samsung is starting to drop the ball a bit on this.

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Maybe some of you installed program that can only installed onto Device and Storage Card space.

I had tried installed Garmin to My Storage, my O2 response became very strange and sluggish.

Has tried to restart the phone a few times but still the same thing,

until I had Garmin installed onto Storage Card then only phone back to very responsive again.

From some experiences on O2, my advice is, installed most of your apps/games to Storage Card and some on Device only.

Edited by NewForce
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I can confirm this problem still exists on the latest L5 ROM.

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I found a solution to this problem. :)

I deleted everything from "My Storage", just the phone made photos i have left on it. All the stuff I moved to storage card. And at the USB Mode, I set the Mass storage link to Storage card. Everything works fine now.

I think the problem occurs when you have many little (or simple many) files on the My storage (the phones internal storage).

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i had this issue on RFD's ultralite IK5 before, but it went away after a hard reset.

So mbasically I think it's an error on the user's part. Maybe some tweaking/installed program is causing it.

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i had this issue on RFD's ultralite IK5 before, but it went away after a hard reset.

So mbasically I think it's an error on the user's part. Maybe some tweaking/installed program is causing it.

When this problem occured at the first time, I was removed all of the modification programs and the problem still poped up. Then I did what I mentioned.

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When this problem occured at the first time, I was removed all of the modification programs and the problem still poped up. Then I did what I mentioned.

my i8000l showing memory storage 0mb instead of 8Gb any solution please

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