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He can do, but then he should not complain.

And we're not talking about one restart every few days, we're talking about restarting for each f*****g use, several times a day!
 
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Wow, this thread is out of control. I use my tablet all day long ... If I had to shut it down after each use I would probably go through the process about 200 times daily and Yes the tablet does take time to shutdown. Thanks god I only shutdown/reboot when I update my SuperSU to make it part of the system files otherwise I would throw it out the window or shoot myself. But since a tablet is meant to stay on Sleep/StandBy, Im not sure Sony would consider this a bug ... If it is, then I have to agree ... at least to me ... irrelevant but I feel for the guy that needs to wait 60 secs everytime he shuts it down after a single use.

Not judging but do you shut down your phone after each call you make? They are the same types of devices.
Nokia N95 - Retired
Xperia X10 - Sold
HTC EVO 3D - Bricked
Xperia T - Sold
Xperia ZL - Current - Stock Sony ROM running Rooted 4.4.2
Tablet Xperia Z - Current - Stock Sony ROM running Rooted 4.4.2


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