In general for Android devices, performance is pretty subjective as it depends on the device hardware capabilities and Android version being run. It could be something simple as your phone being cluttered by some background processes, try closing anything unrelated or restarting your phone.
Another thing to try changing is the Hardware Acceleration
option in Properties/Android
. On some devices turning it on speeds things up, but on some slows them down. You can experiment to disable Hardware Acceleration following these steps:
- Device Settings > Developer options > Force GPU rendering: (checked)
- In Icenium > Project Properties > Android > Hardware Acceleration: On
- Delete application from device and redeploy
You can also try the opposite Force GPU rendering: (checked) and Hardware Acceleration: Off and see which works best for you.
About the debugger in the simulator, the problem with the DOM nodes has already been fixed and would be part of the upcoming 1.6 version of Icenium.
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