what's your startup time on your ipod touch?

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  1. stupidongpinoy

    stupidongpinoy New Member

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    I don't know, but i felt lately that the startup time of my ipod touch is getting longer than expected. i am going to post my times here. 19 secs before my springboard appears
  2. tipii

    tipii New Member

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    mine is 19 sec jailbroken and 8 gigs of media and my bros is 18 sec straight out of the box. hope that helped
  3. Joseph

    Joseph Retired Moderator

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    11 hours and three minutes...












    16 seconds.
  4. FluxBox

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    18 seconds, and my wallpaper doesn't show up until I open some application and close it, or lock it then unlock it again.
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    edmarriner New Member

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    you dont have to fully shut down your ipod everytime, leaving it on the "sleep" mode uses hardly any battery
  6. FluxBox

    FluxBox New Member

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    Yeah, but what if your iPod needs to reboot?
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    airguitar901 New Member

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    19 here too, and it seems with everyone else as well. I wouldn't worry about it.
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    makaveldon04i New Member

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    well..think about it,if you have like 40 apps(even though you prolly dont need 1/3 of them),itll take longer...but its still not bad
  9. owie007

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    ranges from 15-18 seconds...
  10. 8gigaPodTouch

    8gigaPodTouch New Member

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    use SysInfo.app for fast rebooting.

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    btw mine around 18-19secs.

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