Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Un-installing HP Quick Test fixes the issue.
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
I turned on CHAP authentication and this seemed to speed things up a little bit for me. I tested this on second Galaxy S2 and was not able to reproduce the same speed improvement.
For those who would like to try the setting
Settings > Wireless and Networks > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names > Vodafone ### >
Set the "Authentication Type" from "NONE" to "CHAP".
My facebook and banking seemed to speed up a little bit (not a huge amount but seemed like less waiting time)
Monday, November 21, 2011
Yep, I was right... give 'user' or 'Authenticated user' 'Modify' rights to the c:\notes\framework folder and files (and sub folders) this will fix your issue.
Thursday, November 10, 2011
At least one manufacturer isn’t kowtowing to Microsoft’s Android licensing push: Barnes & Noble is actively fighting Microsoft’s patent litigation in court. As an added bonus, the bookseller has urged US regulators to investigate Microsoft’s patents and the claims therein. B&N asserts that Microsoft is trying to drive up the price of the Android devices it competes with, thereby making its own Windows Phone 7 more attractive to manufacturers and consumers.
Wednesday, November 09, 2011
Actually better reason your internet is slow on the Vodafone network isn't the browser cache. the problem is the actual Vodafone network can't handle its current load.