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Thanks, I will wait a couple of days so there is some accumulated info in the logs and do that. So far, no drops and one spontaneous reboot.
 
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OK, attached are kernel.log and radio.log (combined into the file atrixlogs.tar). Hopefully someone notifies krystianp.

Here is what they represent: I installed krystianp's kernel two days ago. Since then I have had two spontaneous reboots, and two more reboots that I initiated because in the first case the radio died; in the second case the radio didn't die (still had bars) but there was no data connection. In both cases rebooting restored full functionality.

Note in the case where the radio died, I went to no bars and stayed there; then when I tried turning airplane mode on and off, the network status symbol in the status bar disappeared (no triangle at all, rather than having an empty triangle).

Krystianp had suggested trying to stop/restart the radio from a terminal when the network drops; I did not try this as I was away from my computer and so did not have access to the instructions for the terminal command.

I hope these logs are of help.
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OK, attached are kernel.log and radio.log (combined into the file atrixlogs.tar). Hopefully someone notifies krystianp.

Here is what they represent: I installed krystianp's kernel two days ago. Since then I have had two spontaneous reboots, and two more reboots that I initiated because in the first case the radio died; in the second case the radio didn't die (still had bars) but there was no data connection. In both cases rebooting restored full functionality.

Note in the case where the radio died, I went to no bars and stayed there; then when I tried turning airplane mode on and off, the network status symbol in the status bar disappeared (no triangle at all, rather than having an empty triangle).

Krystianp had suggested trying to stop/restart the radio from a terminal when the network drops; I did not try this as I was away from my computer and so did not have access to the instructions for the terminal command.

I hope these logs are of help.
have you tried turning radio on and off from testing tab from dialer *#*#4636#*#* then select phone info scroll down and there is a tab to turn radio off and on. saves time from a reboot.
 
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You should have mention him by @krystianp . Not sure it will work from the phone

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have you tried turning radio on and off from testing tab from dialer *#*#4636#*#* then select phone info scroll down and there is a tab to turn radio off and on. saves time from a reboot.
No I haven't tried this. Does this do something different from krystianp's suggestion from Jan 2 at the 10.1 developer thread :

echo "shutdown" > /sys/class/radio/mdm6600/command
echo "powerup" > /sys/class/radio/mdm6600/command

which, per reply post from Feche (also Jan 2), succeeds in starting up the radio but not making a connection?
 
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No I haven't tried this. Does this do something different from krystianp's suggestion from Jan 2 at the 10.1 developer thread :

echo "shutdown" > /sys/class/radio/mdm6600/command
echo "powerup" > /sys/class/radio/mdm6600/command

which, per reply post from Feche (also Jan 2), succeeds in starting up the radio but not making a connection?
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OK I have a further update. Using the testing tab from the dialer gives me the option of turning the radio off; when I click it nothing changes -- in particular no option to turn the radio on.

When I try krystianp's echo "shutdown" and echo "powerup" commands, I get a system prompt back but no indication that anything has changed with the radio (though maybe it would be reflected in the radio logs). In any event, certainly no connection to the network.

With regard to including @krystianp in the mssage -- where am I supposed to include this (to get the log files to him)?
 
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With regard to including @krystianp in the mssage -- where am I supposed to include this (to get the log files to him)?
Doesn' t it appear as a link to his user profile? go there and select
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send message -> send a private message to krystianp
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I don't see a place to attach a file to the message, but you can link to this thread.
 
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Doesn' t it appear as a link to his user profile? go there and select
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send message -> send a private message to krystianp
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I don't see a place to attach a file to the message, but you can link to this thread.
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Thanks. Sending the logs may no longer be relevant; @krystianp posted a new kernel a day and a half ago. I flashed it yesterday, and so far, no radio drops. If I get any I will post another message with logs and also send a message to krystianp.

I notice in describing the new kernel he says he made changes to radio and UV. Can someone tell me what is UV? I tried a search in the 10.1 developer forum and a more general google search but find nothing useful (I suspect this use of "UV" does not mean "ultra-violet".)
 
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As of today, he said the last kernel just adds more debug information. for me it didn't work for much time, with random reboots, probably caused by UV changes. UV is shorthand for "undervolting", an attempt to lower voltage to cpu (and perhaps some other devices) in order to preserve battery and generate less heat.
 
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As of today, he said the last kernel just adds more debug information. for me it didn't work for much time, with random reboots, probably caused by UV changes. UV is shorthand for "undervolting", an attempt to lower voltage to cpu (and perhaps some other devices) in order to preserve battery and generate less heat.
I saw today's post but didn't interpret it the same way. He had already said that this kernel, along with the one from 12/31, were for people with the disconnect errors (which I was getting), but when he posted the Jan 5 kernel he indicated there were changes to radio and UV; I thought today's notice was just reaffirming the purpose of both the 12/31 and 1/5 kernels.

The 12/31 kernel clearly did more than just turn on logging however, as it seems to have fixed the camera flash for many (including me).

And the 1/5 kernel seems to be working more stably for me -- 1 1/2 days now without a radio drop. Maybe just luck.

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