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  1. fekish

    fekish Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hello,

    did anyone notice a very long boot time after the updates of the phone, or is there something wrong with my phone? :eek:

    I know is a bit late asking but it never came up to my mind to ask this on the forum...

    Thanks
     

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  2. Szadzik

    Szadzik Well-Known Member

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    Every single smartphone I have had took a long time to boot, that is how it is. It needs to load the whole operating system and that takes a long time.

    How many times a day do you boot your phone? Me? once in 4-5 days so I do not see it as an issue.

    P.S. Is there ANYTHING in this phone you have not thought was a defect at all? Are you sure smartphones are for you?
     
  3. TwinDragons

    TwinDragons Well-Known Member

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    Not sure what updates you did...But if you changed anything with the framework-res.apk you can expect it to take longer to reboot for the first reboot.
     
  4. fekish

    fekish Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I boot it quite often because i travel a lot with plane, and just thought to ask. At start the pone was booting at considerable less time than now..

    p.s. Well i dont know about you but i'm using smartphones for as long as you remember there are smartphones out there.
    And you better go and learn some manners boy..
     
  5. Szadzik

    Szadzik Well-Known Member

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    And you learn about flight mode.
     
  6. fekish

    fekish Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Obviously you never went on a plane in your life, as they warn you:
    "switch off all electronic devices during take-off and landing..."

    Although many times i left it accidentally on (not even on flight mode) and of course nothing happened, if the staff demand to do so, we should switch them off...
     
  7. TelusMilestone

    TelusMilestone Well-Known Member

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    what do you think air plane mode is for then? It block the raido signals that air planes use and could affect the signals their equipment use. Its not rocket science and ya I reboot my phone 3-4 days as well... They says this because most shitty older cell phones dont have this mode... lol wow seriously???
     
  8. fekish

    fekish Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    you never hear what they say on airplanes do you?

    "Please close all electronic devices, mobiles, mp3 players, cd players, game consoles etc..."

    So its not a matter of the signal, they just dont want anything to be on for a reason, and passengers should respect this...

    Oh my!
     
  9. TelusMilestone

    TelusMilestone Well-Known Member

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    lol sorry but had too :p

    The major problems are that the mobile phones or other electronic devices may interfere with aircraft systems or computers due to poor or missing shielding and so cause a catastrophic failure of the control mechanisms. There have been few instances where a definite link between device use and system failures have been proven and in those cases where a correlation has been shown it has tended to be where shielding was in fact not present, of bad quality or had been compromised.
     
  10. TelusMilestone

    TelusMilestone Well-Known Member

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    further more I guess your guilty of not wanting to die lol :p

    Flight mode is a setting available on many cell phones and other electronic devices that, when engaged, suspends many of the device's signal transmitting functions – thereby disabling the device's capacity to place or receive calls or text messages – while still permitting use of other functions that do not require signal transmission (e.g., games, built-in camera, MP3 player). The name is derived from the fact that it permits the user to operate the device while on board a commercial aircraft while in flight, where the operation of cell phones and other devices that send or receive signals is generally prohibited due to the potential impact on aircraft avionics and the potential for interference with ground cell networks. Other names include airplane mode, offline mode, and standalone mode. FM Receiver, Bluetooth, wireless LAN antenna and GPS should still be operative if the phone is so equipped. Nevertheless certain airlines specifically prohibit the use of devices with a 'Flight mode' at all times. Other devices with flight mode are the iPod Touch and other devices similar to it
     
  11. Szadzik

    Szadzik Well-Known Member

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    If only you flew as much as I do, you would know. I often asked them if I can leave the phone in flight mode and they said - sure, if it is in flight mode it is fine.

    Only once they asked me to turn it off completely - once out of 100 flight I have had.
     

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