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[Q] cyanogenmod random reboots

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24th August 2014, 10:10 AM   |  #11  
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It should be one of the advanced recovery options if you're using CM.
24th August 2014, 10:14 AM   |  #12  
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Head over to your custom recovery.. Format system, wipe cache/dalvic and flash the new rom.zip followed by gapps.zip. Done!

If the new rom you're trying uses the same base as the current rom you're on, a dirty flash will also do the job!

What about for cwm recovery? I am a little lazy at the moment to in install another recovery and from the looks of it wiping specific parts of the SD are not possible correct? Would just dirty reflashing cyanogen fix the problem?
24th August 2014, 10:19 AM   |  #13  
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What about for cwm recovery? I am a little lazy at the moment to in install another recovery and from the looks of it wiping specific parts of the SD are not possible correct? Would just dirty reflashing cyanogen fix the problem?

What about it?? Formatting system and wiping cache/dalvic are included in all recoveries.. (TWRP, PhilzTouch and CWM)..

Yes, you can wipe your internal sdcard with a recovery but only if you tell it to do Doing the above 3 things I mentioned won't touch the internal sd for sure.

How would we know?? Try dirty flashing cyanogen and see if it helps.. If it doesn't, you know what to do.
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OK so I reflashed cyanogenmod after wiping dalvik and system and I am still randomly rebooting but a little less often. Any ideas?
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I also get random reboots on cyan from 8/25 and from 7/25. The reboots only start once I enter the performance settings, even though I leave my CPU settings all stock. Its a glitch that is triggered by performance for me.
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I also get random reboots on cyan from 8/25 and from 7/25. The reboots only start once I enter the performance settings, even though I leave my CPU settings all stock. Its a glitch that is triggered by performance for me.

Update dude No issue with this menu on yesterday's nightly (ElementalX kernel).

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