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8th April 2014, 09:18 PM   |  #1  
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What is your boot time on G2 (from moment you press power button to lockscreen with fully loaded widgets)

on 4.2.2 it was 16 sec. to fully loaded widgets, now on Kitkat(stock,unrooted) is 25 sec. Kind of a dissapointment
8th April 2014, 09:50 PM   |  #2  
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What is your boot time on G2 (from moment you press power button to lockscreen with fully loaded widgets)

on 4.2.2 it was 16 sec. to fully loaded widgets, now on Kitkat(stock,unrooted) is 25 sec. Kind of a dissapointment

How many times do you boot in a day that 9 seconds is a problem?

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8th April 2014, 09:53 PM   |  #3  
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Come on dude, a 9 sec difference, how often do you restart your G2?

While using the G2 it's a bit snappier and more fluid on KitKat , and this is what counts, no matter what benchmarks say, or if it takes a whopping 9 seconds more to boot.

Can't believe you started a thread because of this....
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Come on dude, a 9 sec difference, how often do you restart your G2?

While using the G2 it's a bit snappier and more fluid on KitKat , and this is what counts, no matter what benchmarks say, or if it takes a whopping 9 seconds more to boot.

Can't believe you started a thread because of this....

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If that was all we had to "worry" about eh?

He/she needs a hobby...
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the whole problem is it is NOT more snappy and not even as snappy as JB
I'm experincing lag on regular usage of the phone (open 3 tabs in browser and switch between)
Every task takes a bit more time and it feels generaly slower. (don't care about benchmarks)
The boot time just confirms that the phone is slower with KK, that's why I ask about others boot time as a method to generally compare speed of KK

P.S and yes I did couple of Hard resets already.
9th April 2014, 08:40 AM   |  #6  
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the whole problem is it is NOT more snappy and not even as snappy as JB
I'm experincing lag on regular usage of the phone (open 3 tabs in browser and switch between)
Every task takes a bit more time and it feels generaly slower. (don't care about benchmarks)
The boot time just confirms that the phone is slower with KK, that's why I ask about others boot time as a method to generally compare speed of KK

P.S and yes I did couple of Hard resets already.

Dude try a factory reset.
9th April 2014, 08:52 AM   |  #7  
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you can try to do a factory reset, and if you want flash the kk .kdz
9th April 2014, 04:11 PM   |  #9  
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Before we take this topic of "my slow boot time", off the deep end. Lets just close it down now, if the boot time and or speed is not up to your standards, JB or KK, it is your choice to run either. And my KK device rebooted in the entire time I typed this...

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