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    QuickPull has been updated

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    this program lets you schedule a quickpull. you might want to schedule a quickpull early every morning right before you get up so you'll start your day with maximum memory.o yeah....it's free
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    I have the original version. Thanks for the update. Much better than SoftReset.


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    also if your using your device when a quickpull is scheduled it will give you a screen where you can opt out of it.
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    yeah this is a great app, thanks for the update
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    Thanks for the update.

    I love the idea of an autoreboot in the morning before waking up, but after some thought I have decided against doing that. If I get a Reset App Error or something, chances are that my BB's scheduled morning Alarm won't go off either, and I don't want to risk that. For the time being, I have it scheduled later in the morning.
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    Thanks much, I had the old version and this is great to get out of the way while not in use.
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    Yeah I use my alarm to wake up, so im thinking I might set it up for evening instead.
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    Love the idea of the auto-restart. A little leery of performing it during the night for the same reasons listed above, but overall, a great find!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Klotar View Post
    Thanks for the update.

    I love the idea of an autoreboot in the morning before waking up, but after some thought I have decided against doing that. If I get a Reset App Error or something, chances are that my BB's scheduled morning Alarm won't go off either, and I don't want to risk that. For the time being, I have it scheduled later in the morning.
    Agreed. Sad but true. Always got to see the negatives too.

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    I think I'll continue to use Soft Reset. I don't want my BB re-booting without me. If it also could delete cache, delete my log and run memory cleaner BEFORE it rebooted I might just give it a try. Until then, I'm sticking with Soft Reset.
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    I guess if you can't make good apps like the iphone you might as well help people be lazier than they really want to be with something like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRUNCK View Post
    I guess if you can't make good apps like the iphone you might as well help people be lazier than they really want to be with something like this.
    I guess you might be more specific so someone would know how to reply to that comment.

    I think the pgm is a good idea - I just want to re-boot when I want to rather than have it set to automatically do it.
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    thanks for the update will be downloading it after work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klotar View Post
    Thanks for the update.

    I love the idea of an autoreboot in the morning before waking up, but after some thought I have decided against doing that. If I get a Reset App Error or something, chances are that my BB's scheduled morning Alarm won't go off either, and I don't want to risk that. For the time being, I have it scheduled later in the morning.
    exactly. i posted this in the storm forum also and stated that i wouldn't do it at night for just this reason. i,m a creature of habit so i figured out a different way. alarm goes off at 6am...snooze...sometimes snooze again....shave,brush teeth and shower. so i just set my reboot at 6:22. that way if i snooze twice it will reboot 2 minutes after that and i'm usually into my morning routine by then.

    and a morning reboot is better than an afternoon reboot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jblackfish View Post
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    I think the pgm is a good idea - I just want to re-boot when I want to rather than have it set to automatically do it.
    You can choose to enable the feature or not.

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