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Nexus 5 freezing - com.android.systemui has stopped

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By ipodgeenie, Junior Member on 22nd August 2014, 04:52 PM
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Hey all,

This started a couple of weeks ago and has gotten worse. I'll be using my phone normally and it will just freeze. No warnings, no messages, nothing. If I wait around 5 minutes I'll be booted back to the lock screen and the message "Unfortunately the process com.android.systemui has stopped." The phone will then function normally. Now when it freezes I just hold down the power button until the phone restarts since it's quicker.

I haven't installed any new apps recently so I don't think it's down to that. Sometimes before the phone freezes it will stutter badly for about 20 seconds. Would appreciate any help. Running stock 4.4.4.
 
 
22nd August 2014, 05:47 PM |#2  
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Would be helpful if you could post your logcat/dmesg. That way we can have a look and narrow down the problem
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Would be helpful if you could post your logcat/dmesg. That way we can have a look and narrow down the problem

If you let me know how to do that I'll be happy to oblige
22nd August 2014, 06:24 PM |#4  
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If you let me know how to do that I'll be happy to oblige

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2185929
Make sure you enable USB debugging. I believe in this case logcat is more important than dmesg.
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Make sure you enable USB debugging. I believe in this case logcat is more important than dmesg.

I tried using SysLog but I don't have root access so I cannot export any logs. Also, I do not have access to a computer. Any suggestions?

Thanks!
23rd August 2014, 12:45 AM |#6  
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Are you using CM or some other type of themes? I used to see that often. So I stopped using them.
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Are you using CM or some other type of themes? I used to see that often. So I stopped using them.

Nope, it's completely stock.
23rd August 2014, 11:43 AM |#8  
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Nope, it's completely stock.

Unfortunately afaik as of JB you either need root for logcat or access to a computer.

I'm just taking a shot in the dark here but perhaps try wiping the cache partition from recovery? You don't need a custom recovery to wipe cache.

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try dirty flash stock rom. but check if it is deodexed or odexed.

edit: you mean its rooted but stock rom or is it just non-rooted?
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try dirty flash stock rom. but check if it is deodexed or odexed.

edit: you mean its rooted but stock rom or is it just non-rooted?

It isn't rooted
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