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  1. 1111becker's Avatar
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    Default 15 minutes to restart phone!

    My 9860 has never been fast to restart after a battery pull or app deletion, but lately it has been excruciatingly (?) slow.

    10 to 15 minutes from the first sign of BlackBerry on screen to a useable state.

    i have very few apps installed, and i dont use any leaked ROM's, custom themes etc. pretty stock phone, average user.

    short of doing a wipe to factory state, any ideas? Thanks.
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    same boat.. on a 9900 i always exhaust every single option before im forced to reset... i hate it .. haha but one thing i have found, is running my phone in safe mode has been pretty bug free and is till get to use my 3rd party apps, they just dont run automatically... restart your phone and hold down the back button while it boots up, see if in safe mode you can find the problem
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    Time to wipe and reinstall your OS..my 9860 takes less than 3 minutes to reboot.
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    Agree with him ^^^

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    I haven't waited 15 minutes for mine. But lately. I've noticed mine freezes half way during loading. So I have to do 2 or 3 battery pulls. To get it up and running.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 007Storm View Post
    I haven't waited 15 minutes for mine. But lately. I've noticed mine freezes half way during loading. So I have to do 2 or 3 battery pulls. To get it up and running.
    Did a security wipe. It fixed everything! 1.5 minute reboot, more accurate keyboard, no lag or freezung, faster everything!!

    Like having a brand new phone!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1111becker View Post
    My 9860 has never been fast to restart after a battery pull or app deletion, but lately it has been excruciatingly (?) slow.

    10 to 15 minutes from the first sign of BlackBerry on screen to a useable state.

    i have very few apps installed, and i dont use any leaked ROM's, custom themes etc. pretty stock phone, average user.

    short of doing a wipe to factory state, any ideas? Thanks.
    I really couldn't help you here as mine has always been 2mins or under. I think the best thing you could do is the security wipe and then reinstall everything you have and see if that works...but I would understand why you might not want to do that because of all the hassle.
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