1 minute to start up

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 2.X' started by thisisdoom, Sep 12, 2008.

  1. thisisdoom

    thisisdoom New Member

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    Whats going on with my ipod, its taking about 1minute and 10 seconds to start up since i upgraded to 2.1. Is someone else having this problem?
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    Unjail broken it takes me 17 secands once I jailbroke it now takes 45 seconds. I'm restoring it tomorrow and leaving it that way.
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    thisisdoom New Member

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    Yeah mine is also jailbroken..ugh this sux
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    mine unjailnbroken 2.0 it took between 2 min. and 5 min.... now jailbroken 2.0 it takes like 2 min to 3 min...
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    what was your boot image 2.0.2 took me 30 seconds after i jailbroke it now its like a minute 30
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    apple logo... lol... if it got stuck.. and i couldnt do a force restore... weeeeeeeelllll you can do math.. lol
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    My phone used to take like 7 minutes to start up (!) Restore and all is well

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    my touch is not jailbroken yet.. on 2.1 firmware..
    takes 20 secs!
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    Same for me. I'm not 100% sure, I didn't time it or anything.. heh.

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    It's around that time though.
  10. zerolight

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    Just under 40 secs, JB'd. 2.0.2. I'm guessing somewhere between 30 secs and a minute would the average then. Does it really matter, how often do you completely power off. 99% of the time, mine is just asleep.

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