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When we start a computer, it takes time to boot up. But the computer in smart android phones do not have this problem.
Why?

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Asked by Vikram, 26 Feb '13 03:51 pm
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Operating Systems like Windows 7 have start up issues where many programmes are lined up for starting. With Windows 8, this problem does not exist any& more. It starts as quick as any android based device.
Answered by Lucky, 26 Feb '13 03:59 pm

 
  
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Upgrade your computer: If you have an Android phone, chances are its not running the most recent version of the OS, 4.1 Jelly Bean. According to Googles own figures, just 1.2 percent of active devices run the latest version of Android. Some 57.5 percent remain on Android 2.3, a version rapidly approaching its second birthday.

If you were lucky enough to buy a Nexus device -- the right Nexus device -- you might get the latest sweet treat from the Mountain View chocolate factory immediately, or within a few weeks of it being finalized. But for most of the countless millions of active Android devices, its quite a different story. Theyll probably never run the latest version of Android, whatever that may be. Theyre on ICS if theyre lucky, Gingerbread if theyre not, and by the time they get Jelly Bean well already be singing the praises of Key Lime Pie.

This vicious cycle is a product of Googles approach to its OS, combined with a mess of other factors including carriers, manufacturer ...more
Answered by jameel ahmed, 26 Feb '13 04:09 pm

 
  
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You only gave the answer, IT IS "SMART" ANDROID PHONE!!!!!!
Answered by manish keshari, 26 Feb '13 03:58 pm

 
  
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That is mnufacturing defect :O
Answered by maxfun, 26 Feb '13 03:52 pm

 
  
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