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    Hard Reset Boot Up Time

    I know when my phone was newer, it used to start up very fast after a battery pull but nowadays it seems to take around 5 minutes to reset between battery pulls. Is there anyway to get this down quicker so that I dont have to wait 5 minutes between battery swaps?

    Thanks!




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    Uninstall more apps is the best way to cut boot time down.

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    i think ive uninstalled almost every app i dont use. i'm wondering if this has anything to do with being on OS 7.1

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    Quote Originally Posted by ignites View Post
    i think ive uninstalled almost every app i dont use. i'm wondering if this has anything to do with being on OS 7.1
    Do you have the memory cleaner enabled on your phone???

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    Quote Originally Posted by ignites View Post
    i think ive uninstalled almost every app i dont use. i'm wondering if this has anything to do with being on OS 7.1
    I have noticed this to on my 9800. The only thing I have round that works is either removing applications like Joe mentioned or customizing my OS by removing some bloatware.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newshutr View Post
    Do you have the memory cleaner enabled on your phone???
    I dont think so. I might have tried something like that but i think i migh of end up disabling it. How do i check?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ignites View Post
    I dont think so. I might have tried something like that but i think i migh of end up disabling it. How do i check?
    Hey ignites, you can find Memory Cleaning via Options>Security>Advanced Security Settings>Memory Cleaning and Enable.

    Here's some screen shots I took to help everyone who may need to find Memory Cleaning, and/or settings.

    If you see below, click off what you wish, adjust the Idle Timeout, and check off MC shortcut to the home screen.

    Hard Reset Boot Up Time-memory-cleaning-enable-.jpg Hard Reset Boot Up Time-memory-cleaning-clean-.jpg Hard Reset Boot Up Time-memory-cleaning-idle-.jpg Hard Reset Boot Up Time-memory-cleaning-general-.jpg

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    yup mines enabled already =/

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    have you upgraded the OS on top of your existing OS? i have found that after doing that a few times the phone becomes slow. so i always prefer to back up my phone, wipe the device clean and install the fresh os, then restore backup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkstarbd View Post
    have you upgraded the OS on top of your existing OS? i have found that after doing that a few times the phone becomes slow. so i always prefer to back up my phone, wipe the device clean and install the fresh os, then restore backup.
    My phone was repaired so I only got it back in MAy and I upgraded to 7.1 as soon as I got it. The issue to seems to be showing up only recently. I'm lazy to do a wipe but I think that may be what I have to do.

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    i also had the same OS with my bold, i did wipe and install new OS, not less than a minute to boot up. . .

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