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OGP is about 1 year old and the last week or so I have been getting random reboots. All apps that were put on in that time period have been removed. Unless I pull the battery it will keep rebooting. Suggestions?

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OGP is about 1 year old and the last week or so I have been getting random reboots. All apps that were put on in that time period have been removed. Unless I pull the battery it will keep rebooting. Suggestions?

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Same thing has happened to me! I have been eliminating apps one by one. I am stock ROM rooted using some closed modules.

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OGP is about 1 year old and the last week or so I have been getting random reboots. All apps that were put on in that time period have been removed. Unless I pull the battery it will keep rebooting. Suggestions?

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It might be the battery. About three months ago I was having the same problem on the 4.1.2 stock rom, rooted, and had xposed module on it. I used the .tot files to go back to stock and I still had random reboots. Tried different roms from Cm 11 to a the e986 roms to, but continued to have the random reboots.

After a while, I realized that it was past a certain battery percent that it would reboot randomly, so I bought a refurbished battery on Amazon and have never had random reboots ever since. That's just my phone though, and a suggestion if you're have similar problems as my phone.
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I will keep an eye on that. Thanks.

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It might be the battery. About three months ago I was having the same problem on the 4.1.2 stock rom, rooted, and had xposed module on it. I used the .tot files to go back to stock and I still had random reboots. Tried different roms from Cm 11 to a the e986 roms to, but continued to have the random reboots.

After a while, I realized that it was past a certain battery percent that it would reboot randomly, so I bought a refurbished battery on Amazon and have never had random reboots ever since. That's just my phone though, and a suggestion if you're have similar problems as my phone.
I think I have to agree with this. I had a zero lemon battery pack and switched back to stock and reboots stopped.

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