Quick Boot Plus
5,000 - 10,000 downloads
- Reboot, Recovery and Bootloader modes
- Ease of use
- Hoot boot (faster reboot)
- Tasker / Locale plug-in
- Could be built-in
- We're still missing "Download mode"
Quick Boot is an app that adds new choices to your bootloader
First you need to know is that Root access is required to run this app.
What this app does is quite simple: it adds more choices to the default boot menu of your device. Bear in mind that some ROMs contain a similar built-in app, so what you need to do is just long-press the power button to make it showing up.
In case that you don't have this app integrated, Quick Boot is a great solution. It allows you to power off your device, or reboot, or boot into recovery mode or bootloader mode. We're missing though "boot in Download mode" for when we're on flashing process. Anyway, the app works great, does what it says and adds a new functionality to our phone that 's truly useful. High recommendable.
This the paid version of Quick Boot ($1.99) with some extra features: "Hot boot" a faster reboot which reboots only the Android user interface and "Tasker / Locale plug-in" for reboot and power off.
Quick Boot has been developed by Sirius Applications Ltd, a developer who's growing up by launching some great apps on the market.
- Hot boot, a faster reboot which reboots only the Android user interface
- Tasker / Locale plug-in for reboot and power off
- Support the Quick Boot developers
- Added new + improved icon
Please note that Quick Boot must be installed to use this key! This is not an app - it just unlocks all Quick Boot Plus features in Quick Boot.
Please comment + rate!
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
I bought the app. I installed the free version then purchased the pro. Not doing nothing.
I purchased the paid version and when I select "Recovery" my Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 hands and I can never get to the menu in the "Recovery Menu". I would give this app -1 star.
Had to support developers for a great app.
Great app does what I need it to when I need it to.
When the built in extended Menus fail with Android updates this keep going , thanks