Does iPhone Have Better Connectivity than Samsung Galaxy SII Epic 4G Touch?
I'm new to smartphones and sparing what time I can to climb the steep learning curve. Any helpful info about the problem I'm experiencing will be appreciated!
- I'm running an app to process credit card charges. The location I run charges from has not changed.
- My carrier is Sprint. The data plan has not changed.
When I had an iphone, the app worked speedily with never a failed transaction. But I didn't care for other aspects of that phone, so I switched to this Samsung.
Now, the app is slow: I often have to sign in twice because the first one doesn't go through, and processing is noticeably slower and even times out about 30% of the time.
Since everything else is the same, I'm thinking it's the hardware, and I'll need to go back to the iphone for trouble-free running of this app.
Please share your experience/knowledge--TIA!
04-22-2012 05:50 PM
You have a problem with any other apps? Is your app stored on SD or the internal storage?
Sent from my SGH-T989
Not any other probs that I'm aware of. Use it pretty minimally. Surfing seems a little slow, but I owned a smartphone for less than 2 months. There was the google calendar fiasco, but apparently that's a problem with gmail server according to word on the web, not the phone.
I think it's stored in the internal storage. I'm not sure how to tell. Do apps often run faster/slower depending on where they are stored?
Last edited by yakimono; 04-25-2012 at 06:12 AM.
You can troll by just going to setting then applications and selecting the app.
A decent amount of apps work improperly when installed to the SD card instead of internal storage.
Sounds like switching it to SD card would likely not improve performance then...