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Chrome, with Dolphin as backup.

Same here.

Chrome is the Android default browser now. I use it on my Galaxy Nexus on VZW and it runs great.
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Anyone? I really don't know what to do and need help with this...
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post #13 of 38
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Thanks guys, I'll have to check some of those for myself, and see which I find better.
On another matter, my phone seems to be slower/stutter a bit more than when I first started using it, is there an app or any way I can see if any app is eating away CPU or RAM resources in the background?
It probably is an app, and I think it may either be Onavo or Facebook/Facebook Messenger.

Just hit the task manager and start swiping away apps that are running. Often times if you swipe closed one app at a time and go back to using it normally you can pinpoint which one was running slow.
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post #14 of 38
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Thanks guys, I'll have to check some of those for myself, and see which I find better.
On another matter, my phone seems to be slower/stutter a bit more than when I first started using it, is there an app or any way I can see if any app is eating away CPU or RAM resources in the background?
It probably is an app, and I think it may either be Onavo or Facebook/Facebook Messenger.
For RAM at least, you can just go to "apps" in the settings and slide over to running:

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Just hit the task manager and start swiping away apps that are running. Often times if you swipe closed one app at a time and go back to using it normally you can pinpoint which one was running slow.
The app switcher shows all recently used apps though, not just apps that are running.
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The app switcher shows all recently used apps though, not just apps that are running.

Apps that aren't "running" can still be hogging resources, draining battery and killing RAM/CPU. If they are in the task manager then they are potential culprits.
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post #16 of 38
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Apps that aren't "running" can still be hogging resources, draining battery and killing RAM/CPU. If they are in the task manager then they are potential culprits.

I'm sorry but, which task manager are you exactly talking about? I was thinking about the one in the screenshot above, but maybe that isn't what you're thinking of?
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This. You hit that button on the bottom right with the two overlapping windows. This was posted somewhere else on the forum and ganked from Google Images. Not my image. It's all you need to manage applications in JB biggrin.gif

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Yeah, I don't know which task manager you're talking about either. The one that appears when you press the soft key on the Galaxy Nexus?

That's an app switcher, it's not the same thing. Of course some of the apps shown there are using resources but many of them will not be - it just shows a list of all the apps you've recently used, until you swipe them away.

Also, surely the definition of a running app is that it's sitting in your RAM at the moment? Or am I missing something? Of course there are background and foreground apps, but surely if something's not running then - by definition - it isn't using CPU cycles or RAM?
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Yeah, I don't know which task manager you're talking about either. The one that appears when you press the soft key on the Galaxy Nexus?
That's an app switcher, it's not the same thing. Of course some of the apps shown there are using resources but many of them will not be - it just shows a list of all the apps you've recently used, until you swipe them away.
Also, surely the definition of a running app is that it's sitting in your RAM at the moment? Or am I missing something? Of course there are background and foreground apps, but surely if something's not running then - by definition - it isn't using CPU cycles or RAM?

I honestly have no idea why you're getting so hung up on semantics. It's a task manager. In Jelly Bean it's where you manage tasks not just switch apps. The solution I gave the OP works 99% of the time and that is all that matters.
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