12-11-10 03:51 PM
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  1. techjunkieforlife's Avatar
    First off, any OS will take at "least" 10 minutes to boot up and than "possibly" another 5 for whatever apps/software that is assigned to activate as soon as the OS is done booting up.

    If you can't wait 15-20 minutes for an OS to fully boot up with whatever apps that start up as soon as the OS does and got to factor in the radio hardware/WiFi and etc...downgrade to a dumbphone or don't use any technology period.

    If any OS boots up to quickly you will be given a sluggish start and most likely encounter tons of errors and what not.

    We aren't at the stage where we have technology that can instantly boot up and be primed for use, keep dreaming but don't hold such a high standard for the technology we have today to be able to handle that.

    I know I most likely made someone's brain almost blow up and sorry. I will just stop here!


    Thnx, Tripster

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    You can't be serious? WM7 will shut down a boot up useable in 30 seconds. Heck the new google chrome and mac book airs are instant on, wake up and see that it can be done.
    12-10-10 10:27 PM
  2. BoldtotheMax's Avatar
    Make sure memory cleaning is set to "disable" as that will cause your BB to take awhile to boot up. Did that not knowing and was near 8 minutes....took off as someone recommended and back down to 3 plus minutes, which is still long, but how it was from the get go...if you need memory cleaner on, enable it will phone is on, it will clean when inactive or holstered...but if need to pull the battery or restart for any reason, then try to "disable" it.

    On os6 now, I get 1 minute boot up times...literally. Big difference! Now on par with my home computer, lawl!

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    12-11-10 08:56 AM
  3. BoldtotheMax's Avatar
    First off, any OS will take at "least" 10 minutes to boot up and than "possibly" another 5 for whatever apps/software that is assigned to activate as soon as the OS is done booting up.

    If you can't wait 15-20 minutes for an OS to fully boot up with whatever apps that start up as soon as the OS does and got to factor in the radio hardware/WiFi and etc...downgrade to a dumbphone or don't use any technology period.

    If any OS boots up to quickly you will be given a sluggish start and most likely encounter tons of errors and what not.

    We aren't at the stage where we have technology that can instantly boot up and be primed for use, keep dreaming but don't hold such a high standard for the technology we have today to be able to handle that.

    I know I most likely made someone's brain almost blow up and sorry. I will just stop here!


    Thnx, Tripster

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    So false and a bunch of blahhhhh....I mean really...really!

    It is strange, as you seem like a smart dude, but wow...just wow!

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    12-11-10 09:19 AM
  4. CASH's Avatar
    When it's booting, take note of how long it loads.

    Try again and while it's booting, scroll the trackball/trackpad. The loading indicator will noticeably jump ahead faster. This always worked with my OS 5 devices.
    12-11-10 12:52 PM
  5. mikeplus1's Avatar
    My 9650 takes 2.5-3.0 minutes in OS6 and was 3.0-4.0 minutes in OS5, depending upon which OS version and apps were installed at the time.
    12-11-10 01:16 PM
  6. Tripster's Avatar
    I was pulling a fast one on ya'll, of course I'm not serious. Gosh!!!!

    Thnx, Tripster

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    12-11-10 03:51 PM
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