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[Q] Why pacman rom takes too long to boot

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1st August 2013, 01:00 PM   |  #1  
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i hv noticed this in every pacman rom that it takes too long to boot...i have to wait for atleast 2 minute to completely boot...after that also it takes 1 or 2 minute more to load the homescreen...is there any fix for that.???
Is there anyone who is facing the same problem..???

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2nd August 2013, 08:29 AM   |  #2  
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Everyone will face this issue with this Rom. The time it takes for it to load depends on how much crap is loading when you start your phone which as you know pacman has a lot of mods like viper Rom . There are a couple of things you can do to speed things up providing you know what you're doing. You can disable the splash screen, overclock set on boot (don't recommend ), make sure you're not dexing on boot, uninstall any useless apps that fire on boot and free up any internal storage you can. Otherwise I might suggest not restarting your phone as up times of several weeks are easy to achieve

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2nd August 2013, 04:04 PM   |  #3  
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Everyone will face this issue with this Rom. The time it takes for it to load depends on how much crap is loading when you start your phone which as you know pacman has a lot of mods like viper Rom . There are a couple of things you can do to speed things up providing you know what you're doing. You can disable the splash screen, overclock set on boot (don't recommend ), make sure you're not dexing on boot, uninstall any useless apps that fire on boot and free up any internal storage you can. Otherwise I might suggest not restarting your phone as up times of several weeks are easy to achieve

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I don't think you can disable Splash screen lol. I think you mean disable the bootanimation??
3rd August 2013, 07:20 AM   |  #4  
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also after disabling bootanimation it takes almost the same time to boot

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3rd August 2013, 06:24 PM   |  #5  
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Yeah I meant boot animation but you prolly shaved a 4 seconds off the boot time. Try the other items mentioned.

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4th August 2013, 04:06 AM   |  #6  
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and what do u mean by dexing at boot...??

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Booting Problem
On my Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0 (YP-G70) after flashing the ROM and the US kernel and GApps, I left it overnight and it was still booting. (approx. 8 hrs.) Any fixes? (I flashed it back to CM 11 due to lack of patience)

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