I'm semi-back after my weekend, but totally sleep deprived...
That seems to be a major cause - it would be why there has been a major spike in SoDs since the storage switch happened. It seems to be:
1) Some people had SoDs with the old wifi driver - not surprising, the old I9100 Update4 wifi driver was ****. Most of these people had them disappear when we went to the N7000 wifi driver/MMC driver.
2) A bunch of people were SoD free until the storage switch - nearly everyone who saw a spike in SoDs after 6/3 have had them go away if they did a wipe/factory reset. My guess is they had some app that was misbehaving.
Right now the only things I can think of are to try and pull the GPIO configurations in from the N7000 sources - they looked identical (just formatted/reordered differently) on first review, but there might be a change hidden in there.
Right now, and these are wild guesses:
If you use any app that automatically enables/disables wifi, don't.
Leave wifi on, it uses less power for background syncing than mobile data anyway.
Similarly, set "Keep wifi on during sleep" to "Always"
And obviously - dealing with the fact that our device has defective flash memory that can suffer damage which is currently unrecoverable by anyone outside of Samsung has taken priority.
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