Android is upgrading on every rebootSupport

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  1. johnjuston

    johnjuston New Member

    Hi everyone,

    Ever since I upgraded the phone to 4.0.3, everytime I reboot the phone is says Android is upgrading, scans all my apps and then starts them. Also, it causes contacts to become unlinked with Facebook. I have to resync them every time. Otherwise the phone is great! Any ideas? It's more annoying than anything else.

  2. Crispy222

    Crispy222 New Member

    Mine does the same. Standard feature of 4.0.3 maybe. I have not found any settings to change this. It would probably require a root/ROM to make it selectable in boot.
  3. bruce73

    bruce73 Well-Known Member

    It's a bug with ICS (or so I've read). Anyway there's no way around it, AFAIK. But agreed - - a PITA.
  4. Rxpert83

    Rxpert83 Dr. Feelgood Moderator

    It's optimizing your applications. It's only supposed to do that after you wipe caches.

    If its doing it everytime that's def a bug and not how ics is supposed to act
  5. typerk

    typerk Member

    I thought it was some new "feature" or something. I hate to have to reboot because it takes forever.
  6. shadowrink

    shadowrink New Member

    So is there really no way to fix this? if this is the case. after numerous issues I have with this stupid phone I completely regret giving up my iphone 4 and I'm about to throw away this stupid HTC and go back to apple.

    I'm sick of having to constantly charge my cell battery several times througout the day. I lose 20% of my battery only talking on the phone for ten minutes. I would hardly lose 40% on the apple after 8 hours of using it as much as I would in 2 hours on the htc. This phone is a waste of time and money.

    I hear people say it's the screen size causing the battery drain. bull! my ipad only lost 56% after not touching or charging for a week!
  7. Rxpert83

    Rxpert83 Dr. Feelgood Moderator

    How often do you honestly reboot the device?

    Your iPad doesn't have to power the radio.......
  8. shadowrink

    shadowrink New Member

    just about everyday, I have loading issues witg it sometimes rebooting fixes that or I have to turn it off to charge faster since it takes a long time to charge even with almost everything stopped.
  9. Rxpert83

    Rxpert83 Dr. Feelgood Moderator

    Sounds like this device is just really buggy then. If you ate within your return period is check into a higher end option if available
  10. damewolf13

    damewolf13 live~laugh~love VIP Member

    It is a new feature with the update. My daughter updated, and ever since then, it rescans every app upon restarting the phone.
  11. Rxpert83

    Rxpert83 Dr. Feelgood Moderator

    This isn't in line with all the other ics devices though. It should only do it after wiping caches
  12. bruce73

    bruce73 Well-Known Member

    "Feature" is a great spin though... Lol
  13. Masaker514

    Masaker514 Member

    I don't have that problem check in settings think you can run a quick boot if not mistaken.
  14. bruce73

    bruce73 Well-Known Member

    If you're referring to "Fast Boot," it doesn't help.
  15. johnjuston

    johnjuston New Member

    I actually dont have to boot my phone too much, so I am just dealing with it. I actually still love the phone..As far as battery draining. I changed some display settings and am super vigilant about what's running. It's better but still at times sucks down the battery pretty quickly
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  16. mac55

    mac55 Member

    It is rebuilding your dalvoc cache. If it happens every boot something is wrong in the process. An app is hosed in regards to your dalvic cache.
  17. eduardog131

    eduardog131 Well-Known Member Developer

    Hey, have you pushed anything to /system/app? Also, might be a problem with dalvik. If you've added any .apk that doesn't work, remove it. I got that every time and it would work if I removed that one .apk.

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