The closest I could get is with this person on this thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...9#post54685699
but unfortunately, there were no solution for it.
So here is my description of the issue:
I have a Samsung Galaxy Ace2, GT-I8160. Out of nowhere, it just constantly reboots itself, most of the time it happens directly in a minute after it turns on.
The phone is using Maclaw's version of CM11, with a CWM6 recovery.
I have tried wiping the data, formatting every partition, and even reinstalled the ROM through CWM, but it seems there were no any effects.
Tried flashing through Odin, but again, no effect. I even tried a faulty configuration that are known to brick the phone, but again no effect.
Whatever changes that is done to the internal phone memory seems always to revert back to its previous state. I have tried to do all sort of modification, by adb shell, the phones interface, even safe mode, and none had a permanent change after a reboot is done.
Anyone could point me to a solution on this issue?
Any sort of help would be appreciated.