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Dead Trigger problem on ICS?

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Hello everyone!

I have a problem with my Dead Trigger that when I go play it, I have a transparent delay and lag a bit, anyone have this problem and how to fix it?

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AFAIK it's a kernel issue in the touchscreen driver. I don't think anyone has fixed it yet but when someone does it'll be in the form of a custom kernel.

I'm assuming that's what you mean, I call it the "Dead Trigger problem" myself.

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AFAIK it's a kernel issue in the touchscreen driver. I don't think anyone has fixed it yet but when someone does it'll be in the form of a custom kernel.

I'm assuming that's what you mean, I call it the "Dead Trigger problem" myself.

Dead Trigger works great on your CM9, it just lags a bit.No bad texture problems like in other roms.

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for me it also does the effects marcioo is describing in the amazon appstore. Im guessing its the same problem

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Yes, I have this exactly problem.

In CM10 JellyBeam that problem are fixed?

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Same problem here and im running on infusion. Its kinda frustrating, all games where working better on GB

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Anyone don't know how to solve this problem?

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I changed today from infusion rom to the new CM9 R3 I tested dead trigger and its working! No more layer problem (:

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