Say, are you a HTC Thunderbolt owner who has recently updated your LTE-enabled smartphone to the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system after waiting for what seems like an eternity? If you have answered in the affirmative, then we would like to get some feedback on how your experience with Ice Cream Sandwich on the Thunderbolt has been.
so far, we have received an email concerning a less than satisfactory experience after Ice Cream Sandwich has been installed, where load times for every app are a whole lot slower, as though the Thunderbolt itself had its “Turbo” button turned off (old school gamers would know what I’m referring to). In fact, what used to be done in a jiffy such as opening the email app, text messages, or even loading a simple game would shave off a couple of seconds (or more) of your time than usual.
Perhaps there is an issue with the Ice Cream Sandwich update that could have resulted in restricting the Thunderbolt’s CPU run overtime, or could the dreaded factor of the CPU itself lacking the necessary firepower to handle Ice Cream Sandwich? The horror of it all! Perhaps someone can help a brother out here.
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