1. albyva's Avatar
    I swear to God,this Storm takes 10 minutes to boot up. I'm going to smash this fone under my truck if it happens again.

    What can be done to increase the boot speed to something under 60 seconds?
    06-02-09 09:50 PM
  2. howarmat's Avatar
    nothing, its a mini computer, not a dumbphone

    mine boots in about 4 mins bty
    06-02-09 09:52 PM
  3. AgTitan06's Avatar
    Mine boots in one minute 35 seconds

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    06-02-09 09:55 PM
  4. R12RTpilot's Avatar
    yep, about 1 min 40 secs here....

    Steve
    06-02-09 10:05 PM
  5. RCCollins's Avatar
    BTW, Mine boots in just under 17 seconds (from a battery pull), You guys are doing something wrong. Are you using the latest homemade OS?
    06-02-09 10:22 PM
  6. ohtiggerr's Avatar
    Mine has always taken 3-4 minutes to boot, regardless of the os. Never made a noticable difference with any of them.

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    06-02-09 11:29 PM
  7. urbanyouth's Avatar
    Mine takes a while too. It is very annoying
    06-03-09 12:08 AM
  8. stormerman's Avatar
    BTW, Mine boots in just under 17 seconds (from a battery pull), You guys are doing something wrong. Are you using the latest homemade OS?
    hey look an offical os you get to stop posting for like 2 days...or did your it guy decide you dont get it?
    06-03-09 12:09 AM
  9. BrianW2007's Avatar
    BTW, Mine boots in just under 17 seconds (from a battery pull), You guys are doing something wrong. Are you using the latest homemade OS?
    Troll or not.. I laughed about the whole homemade OS.. hahaha
    06-03-09 12:12 AM
  10. patches152's Avatar
    themes can impact reboot times, as well as HOW you initiated the boot

    crash vs. quickpull vs. traditional battery pull

    there is a difference,
    06-03-09 12:26 AM
  11. Brockmant's Avatar
    Yeah I am about 3.5 min on a pull. Sometimes around 4. Oh well.

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    06-03-09 12:29 AM
  12. Eddiethking's Avatar
    About 2 mins. What os are you running OP?
    06-03-09 12:31 AM
  13. JRSCCivic98's Avatar
    BTW, Mine boots in just under 17 seconds (from a battery pull), You guys are doing something wrong. Are you using the latest homemade OS?
    17 second bootup to home screen is unrealistic. With .148, bootup on a normal load is about 2 minutes, compared to 4-5 on .75.

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    06-03-09 12:39 AM
  14. BrianW2007's Avatar
    17 second bootup to home screen is unrealistic. With .148, bootup on a normal load is about 2 minutes, compared to 4-5 on .75.

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    c'Mon.. You know he's just being... well.. himself :-D
    06-03-09 12:41 AM
  15. Zipster's Avatar
    It's nice to know that in OS 5.0 there's at least something on the bootup screen, instead of just...white.

    2 minutes isn't too long of a wait. Mine only reboots when I make it and I'll just put it to the side and do something else for the 2 minutes.
    06-03-09 12:43 AM
  16. anon(193652)'s Avatar
    mine boots in 1 min 25 sec
    06-03-09 01:13 AM
  17. patches152's Avatar
    21 f mo here 2081bfb3 talk to me
    the **** does this have to do with anything?

    http://forums.crackberry.com/f51/

    here ya go!
    06-03-09 01:19 AM
  18. Eddiethking's Avatar
    the **** does this have to do with anything?

    http://forums.crackberry.com/f51/

    here ya go!
    every single one of her posts says the same thing, she has been spamming the threads.

    back on topic, just timed my reboot at 1:45min
    06-03-09 01:22 AM
  19. anon(193652)'s Avatar
    the **** does this have to do with anything?

    http://forums.crackberry.com/f51/

    here ya go!
    hahaha nice i looked up at the thread title because i thought i was posting on the wrong one when i saw that post.
    06-03-09 01:24 AM
  20. kinggeoff's Avatar
    just over 2 min on average
    06-03-09 01:30 AM
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