But thx God... there lot of genius guy over at XDA. They're always try, and make using your Android device a better experience. One of them found that the Android Market has some issues trying to resolve DNS servers when your device is connected over Wi-Fi and it can cause the Market to load slowly!
It's definitely something I've experienced on my own phone.
So, what the solution? It's Set DNS (note: root is required), which forces your device to use a particular name server when connecting to the web, may speed up load times over Wi-Fi. Upon using it myself, after a reboot, I noticed the Market did seem to load substantially faster than I've grown accustomed to. Here's the link to the free version:
SetDNS is the easiest way to force your rooted phone to use custom nameservers on WiFi AND 3G/mobile networks.
Non-root functionality will be DISABLED with the next release and published as a separate app. See notes at the end of this description.
Market Download Link: click here!
Here are screenshot. You can use your DNS there...
You can use any of the DNS services the app offers, though GoogleDNS been my preferred DNS service. Has this sped up your Market load times on Wi-Fi? Let us know in the comments.
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