Originally Posted by famewolf
You ask entirely to many well thought out, detailed questions that are not in the wiki or 1st post. You are totally ruining it for the rest of us.
I don't have an answer but was curious how long the phone had been running without reboot prior to it's crash and burn. Are there particular apps consistantly running at the time it takes a dirt nap? Did the phone seem excessively warm? My hd2 is prone to overheating and begins to act very flaky when it gets that way up till it reboots.
Sorry, I'll try to remember to ask more inane questions. Oh! What does the green button with the little picture of the telephone do?
The phone was running for 46 hours before it rebooted. Typically the following apps are running:
Terminal Emulator -- saving logcat as a text file
Right now, that shows 142MD used, 269MB free.
I noted that the battery charge was unexpectedly low for the time of day, so I looked at the battery graph, and it showed a gradual decline from the morning until about noon, then a really steep decline until mid afternoon, then back to the gradual decline until evening when it crashed. I have since re-installed "Battery Snap" which produces an actual time-scaled graph for future reference. I have no idea what may have been running during the period of steep decline. I assume that somehow a key was held down in my belt pouch, preventing Leo from sleeping. Anyway, the phone was not warm at the time of the crash.
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