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    Battery pull app?

    Is there a app that will do a schedule reboot? I have seen that there are some that do a one click reboot or reboot to recovery but none of them have a option to do a schedule reboot...although its not needed...but it would be nice to have a schedule reboot for every couple days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tdog7879 View Post
    Is there a app that will do a schedule reboot? I have seen that there are some that do a one click reboot or reboot to recovery but none of them have a option to do a schedule reboot...although its not needed...but it would be nice to have a schedule reboot for every couple days.
    Not necessary indeed. Some people go for weeks without rebooting.

    I do it if I see my Droid is lagging. That clears it up every time. Since the Droid reboots in seconds it's just as easy to do it yourself.

    Remember, it's not a Blackberry.
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    You can just do a Shift+Alt+Del like you do on a windows PC and that will reboot it. Safer than pulling the battery i heard.

    FYI the shift is the UP arrow if you didnt know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by krazykid6911 View Post
    You can just do a Shift+Alt+Del like you do on a windows PC and that will reboot it. Safer than pulling the battery i heard.

    FYI the shift is the UP arrow if you didnt know.
    Isn't it easier just to push the power button? Does the exact same thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hookbill View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by tdog7879 View Post
    Is there a app that will do a schedule reboot? I have seen that there are some that do a one click reboot or reboot to recovery but none of them have a option to do a schedule reboot...although its not needed...but it would be nice to have a schedule reboot for every couple days.
    Not necessary indeed. Some people go for weeks without rebooting.

    I do it if I see my Droid is lagging. That clears it up every time. Since the Droid reboots in seconds it's just as easy to do it yourself.

    Remember, it's not a Blackberry.
    Quote Originally Posted by krazykid6911 View Post
    You can just do a Shift+Alt+Del like you do on a windows PC and that will reboot it. Safer than pulling the battery i heard.

    FYI the shift is the UP arrow if you didnt know.
    Like Hook, I only reboot mine if I notice it slowing down a bit or acting strange (turn it off and on). Maybe once a week it that. The shft/alt/del is also a good resolution to many issues you might experience. Hope that helps!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AnneDroid View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by hookbill View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by tdog7879 View Post
    Is there a app that will do a schedule reboot? I have seen that there are some that do a one click reboot or reboot to recovery but none of them have a option to do a schedule reboot...although its not needed...but it would be nice to have a schedule reboot for every couple days.
    Not necessary indeed. Some people go for weeks without rebooting.

    I do it if I see my Droid is lagging. That clears it up every time. Since the Droid reboots in seconds it's just as easy to do it yourself.

    Remember, it's not a Blackberry.
    Quote Originally Posted by krazykid6911 View Post
    You can just do a Shift+Alt+Del like you do on a windows PC and that will reboot it. Safer than pulling the battery i heard.

    FYI the shift is the UP arrow if you didnt know.
    Like Hook, I only reboot mine if I notice it slowing down a bit or acting strange (turn it off and on). Maybe once a week it that. The shft/alt/del is also a good resolution to many issues you might experience. Hope that helps!
    I forgot about the shift/alt/del....will this work when the phone locks up for any reason?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tdog7879 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by AnneDroid View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by hookbill View Post

    Not necessary indeed. Some people go for weeks without rebooting.

    I do it if I see my Droid is lagging. That clears it up every time. Since the Droid reboots in seconds it's just as easy to do it yourself.

    Remember, it's not a Blackberry.
    Quote Originally Posted by krazykid6911 View Post
    You can just do a Shift+Alt+Del like you do on a windows PC and that will reboot it. Safer than pulling the battery i heard.

    FYI the shift is the UP arrow if you didnt know.
    Like Hook, I only reboot mine if I notice it slowing down a bit or acting strange (turn it off and on). Maybe once a week it that. The shft/alt/del is also a good resolution to many issues you might experience. Hope that helps!
    I forgot about the shift/alt/del....will this work when the phone locks up for any reason?
    That or the power button will save you from most anything.

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