Every time I reboot, phone upgrades all 200 apps. How to stop?

wtherrell

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I thought I had seen this issue posted before but cannot find the thread despite using search and several different search terms.
4.1.1 Stock Rooted. Kernel 3.0.31-g396c4df build JRO03O. Every time I power off, battery pull, anything-whenever I power back up /reboot the phone goes into a long, drawn-out routine of upgrading and optimizing about 200 google apps. This was not previously the case and would do it only upon flashing a new rom or such.. Now it does it all the time and I would like to make it stop. How?
 

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Is fast boot on?

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Unlike HTC we GN users don't have a fastboot option or a "Power" selection in settings. I think a custom kernel is needed for that on our GN. I really don't know where to find the setting on the GN.
 

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Yes I would have to agree there is something set to wipe dalvik on boot.

What recovery are you running? CWM or TWRP?
 

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Scratching my head.... This just shouldn't be happening unless you have a 3rd party app telling it to wipe dalvik on boot.

Using any kernel or other power management etc apps?

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Scratching my head.... This just shouldn't be happening unless you have a 3rd party app telling it to wipe dalvik on boot.

Using any kernel or other power management etc apps?

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Nope.
Think I am going to try flashing a rom-kernel and see if it still happens. Only trouble is making back-ups.Stupid google won't put out phones with external sd cards. Trying to move sd card to pc is futile in Windows 7 64 bit. Windows explorer slows to a glacial crawl. Rats!
 

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Yeah I find myself using ADB quite often to move files.. Seems to work much faster than Windows Explorer on Win 7/64 bit.
 

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