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Topic # 128710 20-Aug-2013 21:47
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My girlfriends Nexus 7 got jellybean 4.3 update a few weeks ago and since then browsing in Chrome has been terrible, like its pretty much unusable on sites like Trademe where it just stops scrolling, and other sites. Its making her upset haha. Anybody else had issues after getting 4.3? I searched the net but didn't really find a fix..

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Adam

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  Reply # 881857 20-Aug-2013 21:53
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Yes mines the same, I thought it was my router but no other devices are showing the same symptoms

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  Reply # 881872 20-Aug-2013 22:09
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Try this fix, seems to work for me and lots of users report the same, maybe placebo but the improvement is instant to me

http://www.talkandroid.com/141899-does-your-nexus-7-lag-after-the-4-2-update-theres-a-fix-for-that/

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  Reply # 881943 21-Aug-2013 07:47
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I found the Opera browser much faster than google chrome browser on the nexus7.

Could be worth changing.

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  Reply # 881944 21-Aug-2013 07:50
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AS above I also found Opera to be faster than Chrome on my N7 too I can also use flash for tvnz ondemand which chrome would refuse to use



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  Reply # 882441 21-Aug-2013 21:35
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Thanks, will give it a shot. Cheers

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