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    Default "Fast Boot": What Is It And Is It A Good Or Bad Thing?

    Any effect on battery life?

    Other functional aspects of the phone?

    The default setting seems to be "off." I have to assume there is a reason for this.
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    Just speeds up the booting... I never notice anything with the battery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irvgotti View Post
    Just speeds up the booting... I never notice anything with the battery.

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    Same here.

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    Android A to Z: What is fastboot? | Android Central

    Possibly? Although this fastboot and the DNA fast boot could be different. The DNA fast boot could possibly be taken for exactly what it says, a fast boot haha

    There was a poster in another thread that said the DNA fast boot is more like hibernate mode. It doesn't actually shut the phone or all the apps down completely. Thus allowing the phone to boot up quicker and grabbing the cached processes it has stored
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    Quote Originally Posted by osubeavs728 View Post
    Android A to Z: What is fastboot? | Android Central

    Possibly? Although this fastboot and the DNA fast boot could be different. The DNA fast boot could possibly be taken for exactly what it says, a fast boot haha

    There was a poster in another thread that said the DNA fast boot is more like hibernate mode. It doesn't actually shut the phone or all the apps down completely. Thus allowing the phone to boot up quicker and grabbing the cached processes it has stored
    +1

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    Default Re: "Fast Boot": What Is It And Is It A Good Or Bad Thing?

    Well as far as battery life is concerned, the fastboot option is under the settings category called 'Power' so I would imagine it is a hibernate type feature that keeps power to RAM for the fast boot performance.
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    Default Re: "Fast Boot": What Is It And Is It A Good Or Bad Thing?

    Quote Originally Posted by osubeavs728 View Post
    Android A to Z: What is fastboot? | Android Central

    Possibly? Although this fastboot and the DNA fast boot could be different. The DNA fast boot could possibly be taken for exactly what it says, a fast boot haha

    There was a poster in another thread that said the DNA fast boot is more like hibernate mode. It doesn't actually shut the phone or all the apps down completely. Thus allowing the phone to boot up quicker and grabbing the cached processes it has stored
    DNA Fastboot is just literally booting up faster.
    nothing nothing nothing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaredshoes View Post
    DNA Fastboot is just literally booting up faster.
    Also it will decrease battery life.

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