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[Q] Random Reboots Since 4.4.3

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12th June 2014, 09:12 AM   |  #1  
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Anyone else?
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Fully stock? Do a factory reset from stock recovery.. Should fix it. If you're on a custom rom, do a clean flash. (wiping everything except data)

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12th June 2014, 09:35 AM   |  #3  
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Thx for the advice.

But was wondering if anyone else is getting them.

I'm trying a few things to fix it as I never had a reboot since I owned the phone in November last year, until 4.4.3

At the moment I'm trying an older radio, but it's hard to pin since my last try of using a 4.4.2 kernel kept me up for 35 hours before it happened again.
14th July 2014, 05:35 PM   |  #4  
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got an rma replacement.. still happening
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got an rma replacement.. still happening

Did you restore a nandroid on it or anything?
14th July 2014, 06:04 PM   |  #6  
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Did you restore a nandroid on it or anything?

no, is completely fresh

tried everything under the sun over the last month.. factory image installs, running safe mode, no apps installed, new Google account... ect ect

can't stop a soft reboot occurring every 2 or 3 days.. I use to have 'up times' of over a month on 4.4
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no, is completely fresh

tried everything under the sun over the last month.. factory image installs, running safe mode, no apps installed, new Google account... ect ect

can't stop a soft reboot occurring every 2 or 3 days.. I use to have 'up times' of over a month on 4.4

Upgrade to 4.4.4 and see if it sorts out?? You get random reboots even when the phone is in safe mode?
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Upgrade to 4.4.4 and see if it sorts out?? You get random reboots even when the phone is in safe mode?


I'm on 4.4.4.. op was posted when 4.4.3 was out.

I know it's weird, i was very surprised to see my new replacement do it too a little a while a go

.. shrugs
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I'm on 4.4.4.. op was posted when 4.4.3 was out.

I know it's weird, i was very surprised to see my new replacement do it too a little a while a go

.. shrugs

Perform a factory reset and see if it sorts things out??

I'm assuming you're stock, unrooted??
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still suffering from this

i have noticed that if location is not set to off, it's much better, where it can run for over a week at time

as soon as i turn location off, I'm lucky to get much over 30 hours before it soft reboots

going back to 4.4 it is completely stable as it always was

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