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    For those in the know, or those with dev devices, will BB10 require as much rebooting when installing/uninstalling apps? That's one very frustrating aspect of BBOS, especially given how long a reboot takes! Hopefully this will be a thing of the past.
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    Quote Originally Posted by npisano View Post
    For those in the know, or those with dev devices, will BB10 require as much rebooting when installing/uninstalling apps? That's one very frustrating aspect of BBOS, especially given how long a reboot takes! Hopefully this will be a thing of the past.
    Absolutely not sir/madam. It's pretty much the same as the Playbook in that regard. Can't remember the last reboot after installing/un-installing lots of apps.
    PB reboot time is longish to be honest. I think BB10 will be much shorter.
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    BB10, as Canuckvoip said, requires NO reboot after installing/uninstalling apps. An OS update, as with the PlayBook will require a reboot, but from what I read recently, that (unlike other mobile OSs - iOS, Android, etc...) will be up to the user to decide when you reboot the phone.

    One last point, the most recent information I read was that BB10 reboot time is clocking in WELL under 1 minute... I think it was around 40 seconds for a full reboot at that time with several weeks left to improve that time further.

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    The newest Dev Alpha update seems to have made the boot time a little longer then the previous with my device. It take about one and a half mins. The Dev Alpha B will be faster to boot then my A, and when they iron out more bugs before the launch it will get faster, also it will go faster after they remove the debug code.

    Also the only times I reboot my Dev Alpha A is when I get the update so from sept update to nov i did not shut down or reboot the device.
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    Quote Originally Posted by npisano View Post
    For those in the know, or those with dev devices, will BB10 require as much rebooting when installing/uninstalling apps? That's one very frustrating aspect of BBOS, especially given how long a reboot takes! Hopefully this will be a thing of the past.
    PlayBook OS (of which BB10 is a newer more advanced derivative of) doesn't so can't see this needing it either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by simu31 View Post
    BB10, as Canuckvoip said, requires NO reboot after installing/uninstalling apps. An OS update, as with the PlayBook will require a reboot, but from what I read recently, that (unlike other mobile OSs - iOS, Android, etc...) will be up to the user to decide when you reboot the phone.

    One last point, the most recent information I read was that BB10 reboot time is clocking in WELL under 1 minute... I think it was around 40 seconds for a full reboot at that time with several weeks left to improve that time further.

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    I don't have to reboot after installing or removing applications. But I do reboot once every 2 weeks whether or not it needs it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by npisano View Post
    For those in the know, or those with dev devices, will BB10 require as much rebooting when installing/uninstalling apps? That's one very frustrating aspect of BBOS, especially given how long a reboot takes! Hopefully this will be a thing of the past.
    The playbook doesnt need to reboot when installing/uninstalling apps. The core os is pretty much the same, so rebooting after that isnt necessary
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