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By aco47, Member on 18th March 2011, 02:56 AM
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6th May 2011, 04:03 AM |#991  
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I had the phone for 2 weeks now, never had an issue with it until it suddenly shuts off yesterday and rebooted itself. Not too sure what to make of it, most likely if it doesn't occur again, it should be working fine. I think.
 
 
6th May 2011, 08:31 AM |#992  
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I had the phone for 2 weeks now, never had an issue with it until it suddenly shuts off yesterday and rebooted itself. Not too sure what to make of it, most likely if it doesn't occur again, it should be working fine. I think.

Well my first one was fine the first 3 weeks after that a horror story...

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6th May 2011, 09:12 AM |#993  
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Oh well, it rebooted again today. It's been uplugged for over 60 hours, not sure if that's a factor.
6th May 2011, 09:21 AM |#994  
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More and more convinced that most of the problems is due to heat, not because it gets very hot but the saftey treshold is set waaaay to low.
6th May 2011, 09:41 AM |#995  
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I just experienced another "sleep of death" on the latest CM7 build.
Luckily I could connect via adb and do a "logcat".
This is what I got: pastebin.com/prGFPNMt (I cannot post links yet... sorry!)
This is the output from "dmesg": pastebin.com/ARJS66K1
And this from "ps": pastebin.com/jhvXC9ui

At least to me it seems that that "system_server" somehow crashes and effectively turns down the whole system.

Maybe we should get this pastebin-link to the CM7 developers?!
Any volunteers?
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6th May 2011, 01:39 PM |#996  
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Dont own Optimus 2x, but the owner of Tegra 2 Tablet(Toshiba Folio 100). Watching this thread cause wnt to buy Tegra 2 phone due to performance gain...
My vote goes for Tegra 2 raw & ****ty drivers, Imho they do cause Tegra 2 devices to hang in the middle of nowhere.....SoD is also a syphtome
6th May 2011, 05:42 PM |#997  
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I think it may be a hardware issue. Went to the local phone shop here, and the O2X they has. Had a uptime of 240hours!!! So no SOD or reboots... Was running 10A tho

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6th May 2011, 06:57 PM |#998  
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mine seems more stable since i no longer use 'advanced task killer'
i still had one freeze, but no more i'm-dead-please-remove-my-battery.
rem: i also charge it via the usb, not the charger, will try the charger again...
6th May 2011, 09:02 PM |#999  
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mine seems more stable since i no longer use 'advanced task killer'
i still had one freeze, but no more i'm-dead-please-remove-my-battery.
rem: i also charge it via the usb, not the charger, will try the charger again...

Disabling autokill on screen off helped me with reboots too


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6th May 2011, 10:44 PM |#1000  
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mine seems more stable since i no longer use 'advanced task killer'
i still had one freeze, but no more i'm-dead-please-remove-my-battery.
rem: i also charge it via the usb, not the charger, will try the charger again...

don't use task manager !
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