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I am using a Samsang Galaxy Ace. When I switch my phone on, it takes too much time. The Samsung screen comes for approximately 30 seconds or more before the phone is on and usable.

Can I change this setting so that the home screen will appear directly when the phone is switched on?

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The reason it takes so long is because the system has to boot, the same way a computer does. Even if you did remove the logo, it wouldn't improve the boot speed. –  Oliver G Jun 13 '12 at 11:48
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You can't change this. Simple solution:
Don't shut down your phone any more (except when it runs out of battery). If you switch off your screen only, your phone will go to sleep and won't consume much power. If it still eats too much battery, consider disabling wifi, background data, sync or even switching to airplane mode.

As noted in the comments the logo is only shown to beautify the startup of your phone and to not show you ugly boot messages as some linux systems earlier did and still do. Showing a complex animation does require some computing power but won't delay the startup very much.

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I'd rather look at the ugly boot messages, though, but maybe that's just me. :) –  Ilari Kajaste Jun 14 '12 at 20:06
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As others have said, the boot animation (Samsung logo) you see during boot is only the pretty face to the bootstrapping going on in the background. That being said, you can in fact change that animation if you don't mind rooting.

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@Mr.Bust.. thanx ... and this is interesting that change your mobile boot screen so not get bore ..... –  Vinit Vikash Jun 15 '12 at 8:04
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