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    longer booting time

    hey, I noticed something with my blackberry.. it seems to take much longer time to boot than before I updated its OS. Will this have any effect on my device? I get pretty worried when I wait more than 5 or 6 minutes just for a simple reboot




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    Hey Mxo, sometimes this can be temporary after updating an OS. But sometimes it's just the OS being an ass. You can always try re-installing the OS to see if it helps. Otherwise, if you don't mind waiting for another update, you can always try another OS version.

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    It can also be an effect of the os you updated from and to. For instance, updatong from 6 to 7 on some devices causes an increase in boot time. Also, app updates can eat up a lot of ram, so can an overly large browser cache. There are more than a few ways a BlackBerry can have its boot time affected.
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    Hello Mxo! I always find that when I upgraded my os, it takes time for it to "settle in". After a few battery pulls and a couple,etc of days, it usually gets smoothed out. Hope it's been good to you since you posted!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BBSuperAbuser View Post
    It can also be an effect of the os you updated from and to. For instance, updatong from 6 to 7 on some devices causes an increase in boot time. Also, app updates can eat up a lot of ram, so can an overly large browser cache. There are more than a few ways a BlackBerry can have its boot time affected.

    My first update was from OS 7 to 7.1. I first noticed then about the boot time. I updated from 7.1.0.523 - 7.1.0.649 and my last update was to OS 7.1.0.714 and still it would just take that long to boot.

    It also gets stuck at some point while booting

    - - - Updated - - -

    Well, I guess mine hasn't "settled in". I wiped all apps I installed hoping for some change, but still would be the same
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    I would suggest shrinking your current os, then reconnecting to your desktop manager.

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