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Can anyone tell me why my HOX is rebooting automatically several times a day?
The problem is not ROM related, I tried different ROMS and they all doing the same reboots.

When rebooting it is coming into a bootloop, only thing this not happens is when it is charging.

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Can anyone tell me why my HOX is rebooting automatically several times a day?
The problem is not ROM related, I tried different ROMS and they all doing the same reboots.

When rebooting it is coming into a bootloop, only thing this not happens is when it is charging.

Grt.
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Can anyone tell me why my HOX is rebooting automatically several times a day?
The problem is not ROM related, I tried different ROMS and they all doing the same reboots.

When rebooting it is coming into a bootloop, only thing this not happens is when it is charging.

Grt.
have u tried different kernels
have u updated firmware
 
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try cleaning the cache and dalvik cache. then, flash the boot.img of the rom again, and clear the caches again. this might solve the issue.
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I'm also experiencing the same issue, with the phone suddenly switching off and/or restarting multiple times throughout the day.

The battery % can vary between 60%+ to 10-20% when it suddenly shuts down, however once I plug in the charger it works just fine.

I'm on stock 4.2.2 (4.19.707.2), rooted with CWM recovery.
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I'm also experiencing the same issue, with the phone suddenly switching off and/or restarting multiple times throughout the day.

The battery % can vary between 60%+ to 10-20% when it suddenly shuts down, however once I plug in the charger it works just fine.

I'm on stock 4.2.2 (4.19.707.2), rooted with CWM recovery.
Well similar happened to my friend's Galaxy S4, random reboot, phone won't turn on, when he turn on mobile data phone turn off in a moment, after he changed battery in waranty everything was fine, and yeah all of this didn't happened while s4 was on charger, so it's battery 99%
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