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Topic # 87265 24-Jul-2011 05:45
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Maybe its just me, maybe its the tablet, maybe its Honeycomb.. do any other tablet (Honeycomb) users experience their browser crashing frequently? I'm talking at least once a day here, maybe even twice. Gets very annoying when you have multiple tabs loaded which do not get saved as would happen on a typical computer browser. Seems like the problem is when a page doesn't load properly, and the browser simply resorts to shutting itself down..

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  Reply # 497272 24-Jul-2011 09:04
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not with me, and i am using the Motorola Xoom




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Reply # 497440 24-Jul-2011 21:16
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I saw on xda forums on the Asus Transformer the browser crashing was a common problem.  Cant remember but I think it was fixed in one of the updates.  Also not sure but may have been honrycomb fault.  Woulld have to go back and read the forum to find out for sure but can remember seeing it when I was cruising the xda forums




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  Reply # 497474 25-Jul-2011 00:41
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What tablet are you using bmt? I've got the a500 iconia and since I've gone 3.0 -> 3.1 i've found it very laggy and now having browser issues. If it wasn't for final fantasy vii + ps3 controller is consider going back to 3.0.

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  Reply # 497691 25-Jul-2011 16:53
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Galaxy Tab 10.1, came with 3.1. Have had two crashes in less than two minutes, and yesterday had four in about 5 mins. Starting to really piss me off..

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