Screen Rotate slightly slower

ethics101

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Apr 16, 2011
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After the Jailbreak, I realized the orientation doesn't change as fast. Anybody else?
 

KHC831

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Mar 15, 2011
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yes me too! but like someone pointed out, it only happens in home/lock screen.
 
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lavrishevo

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Jan 9, 2007
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Install fake clock up from the hitoriblog repo and this makes the iPad feel much more snappy by changing the animation speed.
 
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KHC831

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Mar 15, 2011
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Install fake clock up from the hitoriblog repo and this makes the iPad feel much more snappy by changing the animation speed.
the animation is fine. its the delay in time for the ipad to start rotating thats bothering me
 
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ElysiumY2K

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Nov 20, 2010
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Now that you guys mention it, I just noticed this too.

There's like a 1 second delay only on the lock screen and homescreen... Safari is fine, it rotates it instantly.

It's starting to bug me now lol
 
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themyst

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Jul 7, 2010
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Seems springboard is somewhat slower overall compared to stock. Oh well, take the good with the bad, I guess.
 
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N23

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Aug 3, 2009
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Hm, still a slight delay on mine even after the activator update.
 
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drenline

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Aug 8, 2010
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there was an activator update out yesterday, seems back to normal :)
Can someone explain what Activator does again? Thanks.

I just downloaded it but have no clue what it does lol, does it fix the screen rotate lag or no?
 
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vega07

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Aug 7, 2006
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Guess I spoke too soon. There is still a lag. It probably was fast for me initially because of the respring.
 
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drenline

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Aug 8, 2010
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Still hoping to get a solution for this.... did anyone figure it out?
 
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mixxolydian

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Aug 6, 2011
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I'm in the same boat. This happened on my iPad 1 and is happening on my iPad 2 as well.

The rotation delay doesn't occur straight away after a respring. I have concluded the delay will become apparent once an activator action has been performed, but it still ends up occurring even when i removed all activator mappings. There doesn't seem to be a concrete way to stop this from happening unless I am missing something? :(
 
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lavrishevo

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I think I have the solution. Remove sbsettings and see if the lag disappears. I believe sbsettings is the culprit. Let me know if this works for you.
 
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