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    Default Are Battery Pulls Frequently Needed with the Z10?

    Someone had just posted a thread regarding lag on the Z10, which led me to wondering if people need to perform battery pulls. I know when I had my 9780, I was battery pulling about once a day. It was beyond annoying!

    Has anyone had any problems with this?
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    I personally have yet to pull my battery, since Feb 13.

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    I was one of the first ones to get the device at public release and I have never done a battery pull
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    No. I don't pull the battery. I don't turn the z10 off. It just works and works.

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    No. Only for some uncommon errors. And even then, holding the power button for approximately 10 seconds KILLS THE POWER AND THEN BOOTS THE PHONE. I just used caps because many people ignore this fact and instead wear and tear their back plates.
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    Nope, you may never have to pull the battery for the life of the phone. Same basic core operating system as the playbook - and there is no way to pull the battery on a playbook. I haven't even turned my phone off since I got it (except for reboot during update) since first week of february!
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    Nah, no need to. Device randomly reboots itself.
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    I don't mean to use past BlackBerry experiences as a comparison to what the Z10 can do, but it's hard to imagine my BlackBerry without any lag or freezes. I cannot wait to get my Z10! T-Mobile needs to hurry up!
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    Short answer; nope!

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    Not anymore!

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    Quote Originally Posted by K00na View Post
    Nah, no need to. Device randomly reboots itself.
    Haha I don't have that problem but it made me laugh
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    only time i pull the battery is to swap it with my spare.

    this OS is rock solid.
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    I haven't had to, although once in a while I do it just for fun. I mostly do a restart everyday, because that makes me feel things are kept fresh, if that makes any sense at all.

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    Haven't pulled the battery yet, and have no need to!

    Although it's a different restart cycle than a battery pull, the great thing about the phone is that it does come with the "Restart" option built in, and it appears when you press and hold the top button

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    Only time I pull the battery is when I swap it for the spare, which is maybe once a week...

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    Had the phone since Jan 30th and never pulled it yet. I did restart after sideloading apps but never pulled the battery not once.=-)
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    I have it had one since Feb 5th and have never had to do a battery pull! The Z10 is so stable!

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    Never have to do a battery pull since you can just do a manual shut down or restart, it's much easier. Even then, I've never had to restart or shut down my device because of OS issues!
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    No battery pull since I got the phone on February 6. This compared to an average of once a week on my old 9630.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brih7 View Post
    Never have to do a battery pull since you can just do a manual shut down or restart, it's much easier. Even then, I've never had to restart or shut down my device because of OS issues!
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    No battery pulls here. My only reboot was during the upgrade. Not required when installing/uninstalling apps either. Nifty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bert106 View Post
    Only time I pull the battery is when I swap it for the spare, which is maybe once a week...

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    Ditto.
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    No one here...

    This is very nice, to have a BlackBerry that works with out reboots / battery pulls.

    I'm very impressed with the z10 device in general.

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    No!

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    If a battery pull is frequently needed, the phone is either an individual lemon, or if it's a widespread problem, it'd be all over the news.
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