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Old 09-07-2005, 06:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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inspired by this thread:

http://blackberryforums.com/showthread.php?t=14680


who here has the longest uptime? I'm curious to see what the average uptime for a blackberry is

for those who don't know, press + +h to see your uptime..

state the model and the time!!

I'll start - 7250, 706731 sec
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7230 - 1405359 sec
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Wirelessly posted (BlackBerry7520/4.0.2 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1)

Being a longime nextel user, I always do a battery out reset every morning. They can get a bit loopy if you don't. Therefore my uptime is not as long as yours. But I certainly don't have uptime envy because my BB has a longer antenna than yours
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A coworker has had his Blackberry for over a year, and he's never turned it off.
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As of right now, and I'm not planning on a restart, I'm at 1671991 second... roughly 19.4 days. The thing just never has a problem or crashes. The only times that I have restarted my BB is after installing certain pieces of software or an OS update.

BTW, I'm using a 7250.

UPDATE: My 7250 has a record of about 60 days uptime. For some reason it rebooted itself but after two months... I'm not complaining.
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7280 - 1,529,437

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6750 - 2,434,855 seconds
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7250 - 1,271,366 Seconds
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Sprint 7250 - 440,377
wait, 440,378
wait, 440,379
no no, 440,380
grrr, 440,381

I don't get it, it's like this thing is changing every second or something...

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I don't know what it is in seconds but one of the users on our bes has had an uptime of 41days 20Hours
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I do think that this measure how long the BB has been used and not how long does it last. So if this is the case then the oldest will have the longest uptime.
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if math is correct something like 603,000
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I don't know what it is in seconds but one of the users on our bes has had an uptime of 41days 20Hours
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My uptime is never more than a day, unless it's over a weekend... I am constantly installing apps and removing apps, and pulling the battery cause the OS disagrees with something I have written... it's the way of the developer... get used to reboots.

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Quote:
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if math is correct something like 603,000
41 days and 20 hours is = 3,614,400 seconds
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well like I said "if"
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8,722,393 secs on my 7510

I dont turn it off very often. (obviously)
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8,722,393 secs on my 7510

I dont turn it off very often. (obviously)
Impressive... I can't say that I'm even close. HAHA... I was going to post my latest numbers but I don't think it is necessary. :-/
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Old 10-07-2005, 02:46 PM   #20 (permalink)
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8309 secs
top that!
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