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Have you tried any other kernels yet? Flash another kernel and make sure that it IS indeed the kernel causing the problem.
I'm currently trying the old beta 02d, but if that doesn't work... What other kennels are there? I'm sure where to get a rooted stock kernel outside of flashing an entire ROM, which wouldn't make for the most valid apples-to-apples test...
 
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I think I may have found what could be the cause of the random reboots. I was out of town for a week and my phone did not reboot a single time. Upon my return the phone went back to it's pattern of rebooting every few hours while sitting on my desk. Here's my findings. The phone works fine when it is in 4G, 3G or E service area. But when it's in a service area that has only 1G service the phone acts up. So perhaps it could be the way the modem is handling the different service type reacting weird with the kernel. I also have found wi-fi calling does not remedy this.
 
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I've had it reboot when I'm at work in a 4G area. I will admit I didn't see what service it was reporting at the time, though. I'll try and keep an eye on it. What modem are you using? I'm on KJ6.
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Mine silently rebooted today on the way to work. I think it's first time with this kernel.

Nothing interesting in the logs. logcat is overwritten after reboot. last_kmsg doesn't have anything suspicious that would cause a reboot, it ends with line "No Errors Detected". Last tombstone is dated a week ago. So - nothing to work with.

What is interesting that on the way to work I had mobile data disabled, which I normally don't do.

Probably not related to the crash, but last_kmesg has a lot of lines saying that wm8994 doesn't power down, like this:
[170980.858246] [ wm8994_samsung.c (wm8994_resume,3925) ] ------WM8994 Revision = [3]-------
[170982.107538] Freezing of user space aborted
[170986.866932] binder: release proc 22175, transaction 2084119, not freed
[170989.907401] [ wm8994_samsung.c (wm8994_resume,3925) ] ------WM8994 Revision = [3]-------
[170991.587031] [ wm8994_samsung.c (wm8994_resume,3925) ] ------WM8994 Revision = [3]-------
[170992.450684] pm_noirq_op(): platform_pm_suspend_noirq+0x0/0x40 returns -11
[170992.455623] PM: Device power.0 failed to suspend late: error -11
[170992.464376] PM: Some devices failed to power down
[170992.716984] [ wm8994_samsung.c (wm8994_resume,3925) ] ------WM8994 Revision = [3]-------
[170993.916744] [ wm8994_samsung.c (wm8994_resume,3925) ] ------WM8994 Revision = [3]-------
[171012.094788] binder: release proc 22257, transaction 2087245, not freed
[171024.900397] binder: release proc 22329, transaction 2088212, not freed
[171264.134776] binder: release proc 22589, transaction 2103042, not freed
[171563.962075] binder: release proc 22851, transaction 2118855, not freed
[171621.119278] Freezing of user space aborted
[171622.145995] [ wm8994_samsung.c (wm8994_resume,3925) ] ------WM8994 Revision = [3]
...and this goes on for a quite a while. Not sure if it's of any importance.
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Mine silently rebooted today on the way to work. I think it's first time with this kernel.

Nothing interesting in the logs. logcat is overwritten after reboot. last_kmsg doesn't have anything suspicious that would cause a reboot, it ends with line "No Errors Detected". Last tombstone is dated a week ago. So - nothing to work with.

What is interesting that on the way to work I had mobile data disabled, which I normally don't do.

Probably not related to the crash, but last_kmesg has a lot of lines saying that wm8994 doesn't power down, like this:
[170980.858246] [ wm8994_samsung.c (wm8994_resume,3925) ] ------WM8994 Revision = [3]-------
[170982.107538] Freezing of user space aborted
[170986.866932] binder: release proc 22175, transaction 2084119, not freed
[170989.907401] [ wm8994_samsung.c (wm8994_resume,3925) ] ------WM8994 Revision = [3]-------
[170991.587031] [ wm8994_samsung.c (wm8994_resume,3925) ] ------WM8994 Revision = [3]-------
[170992.450684] pm_noirq_op(): platform_pm_suspend_noirq+0x0/0x40 returns -11
[170992.455623] PM: Device power.0 failed to suspend late: error -11
[170992.464376] PM: Some devices failed to power down
[170992.716984] [ wm8994_samsung.c (wm8994_resume,3925) ] ------WM8994 Revision = [3]-------
[170993.916744] [ wm8994_samsung.c (wm8994_resume,3925) ] ------WM8994 Revision = [3]-------
[171012.094788] binder: release proc 22257, transaction 2087245, not freed
[171024.900397] binder: release proc 22329, transaction 2088212, not freed
[171264.134776] binder: release proc 22589, transaction 2103042, not freed
[171563.962075] binder: release proc 22851, transaction 2118855, not freed
[171621.119278] Freezing of user space aborted
[171622.145995] [ wm8994_samsung.c (wm8994_resume,3925) ] ------WM8994 Revision = [3]
...and this goes on for a quite a while. Not sure if it's of any importance.

Heh, I just noticed this in the unamed thread.
I am looking into this.

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here is mine:
[13628.804853] [ wm8994_samsung.c (wm8994_resume,3925) ] ------WM8994 Revision = [3]-------
[13630.118568] [ wm8994_samsung.c (wm8994_resume,3925) ] ------WM8994 Revision = [3]-------
[13631.414162] [ wm8994_samsung.c (wm8994_resume,3925) ] ------WM8994 Revision = [3]-------
[13632.224097] pm_noirq_op(): platform_pm_suspend_noirq+0x0/0x40 returns -11
[13632.229036] PM: Device power.0 failed to suspend late: error -11
[13632.237789] PM: Some devices failed to power down
[13632.721267] [ wm8994_samsung.c (wm8994_resume,3925) ] ------WM8994 Revision = [3]-------
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yes, that is the same thing. I don't really need any more logs.
I know where to look now I just need time to debug it.
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By any chance do you guys have media/ringer volume set all the way down when it reboots. Just a crazy thought

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By any chance do you guys have media/ringer volume set all the way down when it reboots. Just a crazy thought

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Sound Off vibration on but volume is never down all the way.

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