I have two applications that are slow to start after a reboot. They are Dashclock and Lightflow.
With regards to Dashclock, as soon as my device has reboot it displays nothing on the lockscreen for roughly a minute. I can unlock the device, use it, lock it and still nothing until it finally loads.
Same issue with Lightflow. My device will boot up and I won't get the notification that it is running until roughly a minute in.
The only other app I have starting up is Lux and Lux starts up fine with the device. I've tried uninstalling and re-installing Dashclock and Lightflow, but no success.
This morning was the day I rooted my device. I unlocked, which wiped all data, installed TWRP and then installed root. After all that was finished I re-installed all my apps and started getting all my apps configured again.
Is this slowdown related to root opening up new locations such as data?
Is there anything can speed this up? It's strange that Lux starts up properly while the other two do not.
I'm going to try searching some more and looking into it, but thus far I've not found anything. Since I can't find much, it seems like this isn't a common issue with either application.
I'm using a Nexus 5.