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Unhappy Nexus S Turn Off by itself

Hi, I have a Nexus S and was days ago I started to go out, when I have to turn it off manually.
It started since I install a KitKat Rom and no longer do, I'm desperate.
It is the only mobile I have and is the best I've had, that's why I ask for your help
 
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Try to wipe the whole ROM and just install the basic softwares and see if it still reboots.

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Try to wipe the whole ROM and just install the basic softwares and see if it still reboots.

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I wipe the rom and i only install Messenger, Twitter and WhatsApp and still rebooting

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I wipe the rom and i only install Messenger, Twitter and WhatsApp and still rebooting

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Can you give a logcat when it reboots?
Does it switch off suddenly and starts OR just reboots directly?
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Can you give a logcat when it reboots?
Does it switch off suddenly and starts OR just reboots directly?
Reboots directly and doesn't start

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Reboots directly and doesn't start

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What do you mean by doesn't start?
Your title is misleading then.
Anyways, there could be a hardware problem or your OS is corrupt. What ROM are you currently using?

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What do you mean by doesn't start?
Your title is misleading then.
Anyways, there could be a hardware problem or your OS is corrupt. What ROM are you currently using?

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The problem start on Dokdo Rom and i change it, i put it SlimKat and the i installed CyanogenMod (4.4.2)
By the way, a hardware problem? 😨
My nexus going to die?

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The problem start on Dokdo Rom and i change it, i put it SlimKat and the i installed CyanogenMod (4.4.2)
By the way, a hardware problem? 😨
My nexus going to die?

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Just to make things sure, go to stock Jellybean using factory images. This will make sure that your OS is clean.

Then see if the problem still persists. I guess that changing ROMs has played a role in this.

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Just to make things sure, go to stock Jellybean using factory images. This will make sure that your OS is clean.

Then see if the problem still persists. I guess that changing ROMs has played a role in this.

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Yeah, i put Stock Jellybean 4.1.2 and i have a shut down, i change it because i have a green screen on the bootloader.
By the way, my old device the Nexus One i change the rom daily and never have a shut down (Sorry, my English is bad)
My Nexus S going to die?

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Yeah, i put Stock Jellybean 4.1.2 and i have a shut down, i change it because i have a green screen on the bootloader.
By the way, my old device the Nexus One i change the rom daily and never have a shut down (Sorry, my English is bad)
My Nexus S going to die?

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So this rules out software issues.
I can't comment much on the dying part.

Can you check if the battery is loose? That can also be a reason for reboots.
Try a new battery or put some paper to keep it firm in place.

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