Scroling application on Volla Phone is very sluggy
I'm wondering if the problem come from my device or if it is a general Volla phone device one.
I've got a N5 and don't have this problem.
Surprisingly, when using Waydroid, the Lineage Os has fast rendering.
stanwood last edited by
@saveurlinux I think it's a general issue on Volla + VollaX phones.
The scrolling of the applications is a bit jerky.
But this does not hinder the smooth running of Ubuntu Touch, don't worry.
Anyway, what I could see on the Volla is that the scrolling of the web pages of a link is always smooth with Onion Surf (Nicolás Colla) based on morph-browser, while it is not always the case with morph-browser itself !!
@stanwood Thanks for answering, any way I find it really uncomfortable as daily devices. Is it hardware limitation or software one ? If it's the second we can expect improvement in the feature.
Keneda last edited by
I doubt it's hardware power as i don't have this on my 6 years old phone.
TotalSonic last edited by
Hmmm.... it might be specific to your device. My Volla sometimes stutters once or twice when doing a full scrolling on the App Drawer, which I believe is due to the limitation of the Mediatek P23 soc, but it is not otherwise in any way what I would describe as "sluggish" with UT - it's not the fastest, but I never have had problems with scrolling in Morph with it, and most certainly nothing that prevented me from using it as a daily driver (which I used it as for close to a year). I have moved on to using a OnePlus 6t which has a definitely snappier Snapdragon 845 soc, but it has a couple of issues which the Volla doesn't have as well.
Yes manly affect the app drawer, otherwise it's a pretty good phone ! It has a very good GPS fix for example.
The things that surprised me is that using waydroid, the app drawer look smoother.
@saveurlinux you can try to change the grid unit : with a grid unit of 22, for me the scrolling of the app drawer is relatively smooth on the Volla.
@domubpkm Thank, i will try. How do you change that option ? throw UbuntuTweak ?
@saveurlinux Yes : yes with UTTT : behaviour / scaling