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Hi guys, please can we help me? I have trouble with random reboot and soft reboot. Most often when I playing games or I use benchmark (AnTuTu Benchmark). IŽam useing franco Kernel with default parameters. Does anybody have similar experiences? I use Purity and FrancoK from the start and were never such problems. Yes I tried a complete wipe / flash stock google image.

I found in logcat: 12-31 20:56:45.985 F/libc (31189): Fatal signal 13 (SIGPIPE) at 0x000079d5 (code=0), thread 31189 (logcat).

But I donŽt know what does this mean?

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Hi guys, please can we help me? I have trouble with random reboot and soft reboot. Most often when I playing games or I use benchmark (AnTuTu Benchmark). IŽam useing franco Kernel with default parameters. Does anybody have similar experiences? I use Purity and FrancoK from the start and were never such problems. Yes I tried a complete wipe / flash stock google image.

I found in logcat: 12-31 20:56:45.985 F/libc (31189): Fatal signal 13 (SIGPIPE) at 0x000079d5 (code=0), thread 31189 (logcat).

But I donŽt know what does this mean?

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Hi,

As you mentioned it usually happens when you're playing games or using benchmarks, I'd like to ask you to check if the device is not getting too hot. Nexus 10 has a powerful CPU and GPU, having no coolers the temperature may be an issue. Specially considering that when you flashed the Stock it still happened, I believe it's a problem with your device overheating and rebooting itself to prevent any damage.

If this is really the case, then this is a hardware issue. Going to check the attached files later.

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