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    Default [Screen Capture] Pictures display blurry for a short time

    I use the standard photos button to view screen pictures taken by the screen capture that came with BossPrefs and I find they display blurry and then turn clear after a significant delay. How can I get the photos to display clearly right away?

    Thanks in advance



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    I dont think there is a way to stop that, I believe it happens to everybody.


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    What's 'a significant delay'?

    The photo browser always has low resolution images in the scroll view. If you swipe quickly side-to-side you will see them briefly before the phone switches to a higher-res image (after scrolling has stopped.) The transition is usually quick, I'd estimate under half a second.

    If you power down and restart the phone, does it improve at all?

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    The answer is simply no.

    As cobra said, the iPhone built-in photo browser uses low res thumbnails.
    When you copy the pictures from the camera roll to your computer, you get the Hires ones.

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    just wait the 3 seconds its worth it


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    I am not talking about 3 seconds delay. Often it is 30 seconds, 60 seconds, or more for a picture to focus. I wouldn't complain about 3 seconds.

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    sounds like your phone is running unnecessary crap in the backgound to me. I would hard reset, or if you feel like it, why not do a full restore, always nice to weed out the apps that one does not use.
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    If you ever need any help, check out this thread, or PM me

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    I do not have many apps on my phone. Is there a way to find out what background processess are running and what apps are responsible for them? I do have fring (but did not start it since last power cycle) and that piece of crap demoware iLog, which looks like it would be a good app if it wasnt'a crippled demo.

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    top command in remote SSH or Local TermVT-100 session to see the processes and the CPU time they consume.

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    These photos are saving as Tif file thats the reason


 

 
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