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Reboot my Moto G or Not reboot? That is the dilemma

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20th January 2014, 01:35 AM   |  #11  
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We don't need to reboot our smartphones, but, at least in Brazil, Motorola says we need to reboot it once a day (LOL), sure it doesn't need.

If u expierence problems with lags or whatever, try to check ur installed apps.

Another thing that doesn't make a difference are task killers...

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Thanks for you answer, I don't have problems with my Moto G, is just I read the same question in a blog and I pose here. I want read your comments about. Me too read in some place, Motorola recommends turn off one time for day, I'm looking for de link and share with yours.

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20th January 2014, 01:38 AM   |  #12  
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Ur Welcome! Sometimes we must think twice before give some rude answers, none of us knows about everything in the universe, and 'silly questions' don't exist. EVERY question is a proof of wisdom.


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Rebooting because of a rogue app won't solve anything, it'll come back. You're better off finding out the problem and fixing it.
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Ur Welcome! Sometimes we must think twice before give some rude answers, none of us knows about everything in the universe, and 'silly questions' don't exist. EVERY question is a proof of wisdom.


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Thanks again, you have reason. Look, this is the capture of the page of support of Motorola say: if you reboot dayli, you have better battery .

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I really don't understand why Motorola says that, but I know they say that since Razr i. Anyways, I'm glad to help clarify some stuff sometimes we just need a friendly answer.

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That is how Android works. Even if you swipe off the app in the recents applications, the background process of the app is still running and not killed. The only way to do this is to force stop the application or service.

Try greenify app from the play store. You can choose the hibernate the apps that you want and it will stop running until you force run it again. This is by far one of my favourite applications.
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It makes more sense to install BBS and find the reason behind poor battery life, if you have problems with it. If you just restart your phone, the problem might go away for a while, but it will come back in the end.
20th January 2014, 03:33 PM   |  #18  
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Thanks again, you have reason. Look, this is the capture of the page of support of Motorola say: if you reboot dayli, you have better battery .

There is no sane reason to reboot the phone daily, it is a very clueless advice, even if it comes from Motorola. Rebooting the phone only hides the actual problem instead of solving it. If you don't have any faulty app, then it will be even worse because the reboot cycle uses way more battery than letting the phone sleep on your desk, and if you have something that eats up your battery, you should get rid of that. Check first the Battery page in Settings, to check if there is anything suspicious.

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