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HTC One XL (evita) keeps dying on me..

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30th August 2014, 01:49 PM   |  #1  
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I had the problem on stock few month back and thought it was time for me to go custom Rom while wauting for my OnePlus invite. So I installed Cyanogenmod. I did my homework, I think, and got started with CyanogenMod 11 M6. I am:
- Bootloader 2.18.0000 unlocked ( and *** TAMPERED *** ) ? for whatever that means.
- S-ON (so I use `./fastboot flash boot boot.img` everytime)
- non rooted (because some app I need do not like rooted phone), but CWM is quite flexible for that,

I use CWM revovery:recovery-clockwork-touch-6.0.4.8-evita.img

I am relatively novice to all this so you have to be patient as I do not always understand all I am doing. I am using:
gapps-kk-20140105-signed.zip

I installed the following roms:
cm-11-20140504-SNAPSHOT-M6-evita.zip
cm-11-20140608-SNAPSHOT-M7-evita.zip
cm-11-20140708-SNAPSHOT-M8-evita.zip
cm-11-20140804-SNAPSHOT-M9-evita.zip
cm-11-20140829-NIGHTLY-evita.zip

I tend to do the Wipe data and Factory reset on CWM when applying a new ROM.

I still had issues with M6 (automatic switch off). I found that M7 was relatevly stable. With M8 & M9, the device kept turning itself off after a while (anything between 1 min to 2 days). It sometime turn itself off whlibe booting, or even when I am in fastboot.

I managed to get a last_kmsg, and that shows something like this at the end:


Code:
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[   64.695956] mipi_dsi_clk_enable: dsi_escWclk - clk_set_rate failed
[   64.712864] mipi_dsi_clk_enable: dsi_esc_clk - clk_set_rate failed
[   64.730016] mipi_dsi_clk_enable: dsi_esc_clk - clk_set_rate failed
[   64.755379] mipi_dsi_clk_enable: dsi_esc_clk - clk_set_rate failed
S   64.775644] mipi_dsi_clk_enable: dsi_esc_clk - clk_set_rate failed
[   65.549793] mipi_dsi_clk_enable: dsi_esc_clk - clk_set_rate failed
[   65.56¶671] mipi_dsi_clk_enable: dsi_esc_clk - clk_set_rate failed
[   65.771188] [BATT] batT_worker: total_time since last batt update = 60030 ms. at 65766048772 (2014-08-30 11:14:23.808850840 UTC)
[   65.786571] [BATT][BMS] FCC=0784000,UC=0,RC=963360,CC=12727,CC_reset=0,RUC=950633,SOC=54,SOC_R=511300,start_percent=-22,end_percent=-22,OCV=3840441,OCV_raw=3855441,rbatt=128,rbatt_sf=0,batt_temp=327,soc_rbatt=0,last_rbatt=-22,V_unusable_uv=3000000,pc_unusable=0,rc_pc=54,scalefactor=100,no_ocv_update_is=0,consistent=0
[   65.814283] [BATT][BMS] soc = 54 reporting last_soc = 53
[   65.818922] [BATT][BMS] pm8921_bms_get_batt_soc: state_of_charge=53, store_soc_ui=-1, last_good_ocv_uv=3840441, raw.cc=2957555, stored_cc_uv:2957555, currtime_ms=647990725
[   65.834274] [BATT][CHG] usbin_ov_irq_state:1 -> 1 [1,0,1]
[   65.839615] [BATT] remap: no soc drop and no additional 1%, ui:53%
[   65.845811] [BATT][BMS] pm8921_bms_get_battery_ui_soc: batt_stored_soc: 0
[   65.852525] [BATT] htc_batt_get_battery_ui_soc: original soc: 53, changed soc: 53. at 65848758982 (2014-08-30 11:14:23.890177113 UTC)
[   65.866870] [BATT][BMS] soc = 54 reporting last_soc = 53
[   65.879719] [BATT][CHG] V=3595 mV, I=873 mA, T=32 C, SoC=53%, FCC=1784000, id=256 mV, H=1, P=1, CHG=1, S=0, FSM=0, AC=0, USB=0, DC=0, WLC=0 iusb_ma=100, usb_target_ma=0, OVP=0, UVP=0, TM=0, eoc_count/by_curr=0/0, vbatdet_low=1, is_ac_ST=0, batfet_dis=0x2, pwrsrc_dis=0x1, is_full=0, temp^fault=0, is_bat_warm/cool=0/0, btm_warm/cool=0/0, ichg=797 uA, vph_pwr=3567699 uV, usbin=7572 uV, dcin=11358 uV, pwrsrc_unDer_rating=0, usbin_critical_low_cnt=0, disable_reverse_boost_check=0, flag=0000, hsml_target_ma=0, vin_iin=4400, pj_exist=0
[   65.893575] mipi_dsi_clk_enable:`dsi_esc_clk - clk_set_rate failed
[   65.932946] [BATT][CHG] [irq1] 0110 1010 0000 000 [irq2] 0011 0000 1010 011[   65.939081] KBATT][CHG] CNTRL=0x85,CNTRL_2=0x72,CNTRL_3=0x88,PBL_ACCESS1=0x4,PBL_ACCESS2=0x2¬SYS_CONFIG_1=0x3,SYS_CONFIG_2=0xd8,IBAT_SAFE=0x10,IBAT_MAX=0x10,VBAT_DET=0x7f,VDD_SAFE=0x30,VDD_MAX=0x30,VIN_MIN=0x6,VTRICKLE=0xfa,ITRICKLE=0x8a,ITERM=0x0,TCHG_MAX=0x7f,TWDOG=0xa0,TEMP_THRESH=0x94,COMP_OVR=0x0,BUCK_CTRL_TEST1=0x1,BUCK_CTRL_TEST2=0x8d,BUCK_CTRL_TEST3=0x91,CHG_TEST=0xd0,USB_OVP_CONTROL=0x42,USB_OVP_TEST=0xa0,DC_OVP_CONTROL=0x4c,DC_OVP_TEST=0xa0,REGULATION_LOOP_CONTROL=0x0
[   65.982755] [BATT][BMS] CONTROL=0x99,OUTPUT0=0x8c,OUTPUT1=0x06,TOLERANCES=0x2f,BMS_TEST1=0x11,OCV_UPDATE_STORAGE=0xa0,read_cc=0x2968823,last_good_ocv=0x3840441,vbatt_for_rbatt=0x0,vsense_for_rbatt=0x0,ocv_for_rbatt=0x0,vsense_avg=0x9493, [irq]0010000
[   66.004089] [BATT] ID=2,level=53,level_raw=53,vol=3604,temp=327,current=896700,chg_src=0,chg_en=0,pj_src=0,pj_level=0,full_bat=1800,over_vchg=0,batt_state=1,overload=0,ui_chg_full=0 at 66009082497 (2014-08-30 11:14:24.041771801 UTC)
[   66.025362] [BATT] power_supply_changed: battery at 66018360690 (2014-08-30 11:14:24.063044501 UTC)
[   66.033633] [BATT] batt_worker: done
[   66.333923] [LS][cm3629] lightsensor_ioctl LIGHTSENSOR_IOCTL_ENABLE, value = 0
[   66.344605] [LS][cm3629] lightsensor_disable
[   66.353792] [LS][cm3629] lightsensor_release
[   67.020265] mipi_dsi_clk_enable: dsi_esc_clk - clk_set_rate failed
[   67.030489] mipi_dsi_panel_power: state : 0
[   67.030489] mipi_dsi_panel_power: off
[   67.071204] request_suspend_state: sleep (0->3) at 67060082039 (2014-08-30 11:14:25.108886100 UTC)
Y   67.079169] [LS][cm3629] cm3629_early_suspend
[   67.084205] [PS][cm3621] capella_pl_sensor_lpm_power: enter lmp,OK
[   67.089638] [TP] synaptics_ts_suspend: enter
[   67.096871] [DISP] sii9234_early_suspend(isMHL=0)
[   67.100564] [DISP] MhlTx: SiiMhlTxInitialize
[   67.109781] [DISP] Drv: SiiMhlTxChipInitialize: 9244
[   67.114298] [DISP] SiI 9234
[   67.116496] [DISP] Drv: WriteInitialRegisterValues
[   67.145368] [DISP] Drv: MHL 1.0 Compliant Clock
[   67.181168] [DISP] Drv: InitCBuqRegs
[   67.187913] [DISP] Drv: Switch To 3: pinAllowD3 = 1
[   67.281580] [BMA250] GSensor Low Power Mode
[   67.286983] [GSNR][MPU3050][TIMERIRQ]stop_timerirq: data->period = 66, data->run = 1
[   67.798351] [VIB_PWM]pm8xxx_vib_enable vibrate period: 0 msec
[   67.803082] [VIB_PM]pm8xxx_vib_sep_off 
[   68.688020] NOHZ: local_softirq_pending 08
[   68.751747] NOHZ: local_softirq_pending 08
[   69.146223] NOHZ: local_softirq_pending 08
[   69.197192] NOHZ: local_softirq_pending 08
[   69.583946] NOHZ: local_softirq_pending 08
[   70.700961] NOHZ: local_softirq_pending 08
[   71.692629] NOHZ: local_softirq_pending 08
[   71.788768] NOHZ: local_softirq_pending 08
[   71.804425] NOHZ: local_softirq_pending 08
[   71.848527] NOHZ: local_softirq_pending 08
[   72.792339] resout_irq_handler PMIC Initiated shutdown
[   72.796459] PMIC Initiated shutdown cpu_power_off cpu=0
[   72.801648] [K] Powering off the SoC
[   72.805249] Calling scm to disable arbiter
[   72.809308] SCM returned even when asked to busy loop rc=-4
[   72.814832] waiting on pmic to shut msm down
=== EOF ===

I also ran an `./adb bugreport` command but that gave me 7MB of stuff I cannot understand..

Any idea to help resolve that automatic power off would be welcome.

Thanks

JM
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If your phone is shutting off or rebooting while in fastboot mode, you're dealing with a hardware fault. It's a fault with the battery or the emmc.

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31st August 2014, 09:13 AM   |  #3  
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If your phone is shutting off or rebooting while in fastboot mode, you're dealing with a hardware fault. It's a fault with the battery or the emmc.

Oh dear... At least I know that it is not me playing up with flashing that put me into that state. Thanks for taking the time to read my post.

Hopefully it is not as bad as being a faulty emmc. Let's pray it is just the power button playing up and I can fix it myself. Phone is way out of warranty and maybe it is time to consider a nice upgrade.

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Let's pray it is just the power button playing up and I can fix it myself.

Ok, so after the excellent suggestion from @timmaaa it might well be hardware, I decided to open it and figure out what could go wrong. Had nothing to loose anyway. I just followed video PrArAes5liM on YouTube (good evening spam control), but used a credit card as I do not have the guitare thingy...

It is incredible the amount of crap that got into that phone over the last 2 years. So I brushed everything, cleaned the power button, and put it back together. Since then, not a problem... Okay, it is only 28 hours but that is nearly a record.

I also installed an app to switch the screen on using one of the sensor.

JM
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