Probably need to add a bit more detail to the issue.
99% of the time there are no issues with the device at all! however the issue normally pops up after linking to the PC, either as an external HDD or thru activesync. Then i get the Coreplayer asking
do i wish to update my files; on disconnect if i select no, that definately causes an issue, if i select yes then the issue only occurs once in every 5 connection times to the PC. (Noticeable by CP, Coreplayer,
taking a second or two to move to the next track, or being unable to open any of the Toshiba tweaked system options, i.e. Power, rotate, etc).
This slowdown does not occur at any other time except after having performed the above!!!
This is an annoying issue, however i do not neccesarily believe that it is unique to the TG01, the reason why i say this is that i noticed such issues with my Ipaq 214; if you remove and then re-insert
the SD card in the 214, CP will ask to update the device, and even if you select yes sometimes (1 in 8 or 10 time) that slowdown will also occur. Something which i think is linked between the SD card slot
& Core Player. The main issue with the TG01 is that it is quite noticeable, given the usual operation of the lightning fast processor, and nothing seems to clear the issue. It can last from a few seconds
to hours (as it did on sunday), and in my case even after removing the battery and MicroSD card the problem still persisted.
As a solution (possibly placebo, but it seems to work) i switch off the device then go thru the steps to perform a Physical Hard Reset (see Pauls pinup at the top of the forum), but instead of keeping my
finger on the power button, as soon as it switches on I let go. This seems to get it back to normal (I do not however have any empirical data to confirm this
Anyways, for those of you not put to sleep or tears and that get to the bottom of this post, thanks for reading.
ps. yes, i did disable the 'prompt' to update in CP!