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[Q] gts5830 gets automatically reboot

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By debajyoti1, Junior Member on 30th May 2014, 08:27 AM
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hello friends..i am using cm10.1.3 latest based on 4.2.2 jellybean.I always set my cpu speed at 480 megahertz... and in that speed when i tried to multitasking it just gets a fast reboot..i think the problem is only for cm10.1...now is there any way to solve it???

my device info:
model: gts 5830
rom: cm 10.1.3 latest
ram: default 26% (72 mb)
kernel: default of cm 10.1
 
 
30th May 2014, 09:37 AM |#2  
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hello friends..i am using cm10.1.3 latest based on 4.2.2 jellybean.I always set my cpu speed at 480 megahertz... and in that speed when i tried to multitasking it just gets a fast reboot..i think the problem is only for cm10.1...now is there any way to solve it???

my device info:
model: gts 5830
rom: cm 10.1.3 latest
ram: default 26% (72 mb)
kernel: default of cm 10.1

Usually multitasking on CM 10 and above always slows down your device because of huge RAM and CPU requirement. Can you try increasing the CPU speed to 800 MHz and see if it makes a difference? If it doesn't, then it must a problem with the rom. Don't forget our device was not meant to get an official update after Gingerbread because of its low hardware specifications. Do post the result. Hope I Helped
30th May 2014, 10:41 AM |#3  
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ram: default 26% (72 mb)

You Need To Disable zRAM.

BTW: The Latest From CM 10.1 Branch is 10.1.6
30th May 2014, 05:12 PM |#4  
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Usually multitasking on CM 10 and above always slows down your device because of huge RAM and CPU requirement. Can you try increasing the CPU speed to 800 MHz and see if it makes a difference? If it doesn't, then it must a problem with the rom. Don't forget our device was not meant to get an official update after Gingerbread because of its low hardware specifications. Do post the result. Hope I Helped

yes bro I know that our ace is old,outdated and have low hardware...i am facing the problem in @800 megahertz also when i type very fast,or do any activities (touches) very fast and the problem is only with cm 10.1 so i thought there might be any solution.. btw thanx for your reply..
30th May 2014, 05:18 PM |#5  
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[QUOTE=waqaswasil;53027921]You Need To Disable zRAM.

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yes may be but mine rom is latest....yes its reduce the lag of rebooting..
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yes bro I know that our ace is old,outdated and have low hardware...i am facing the problem in @800 megahertz also when i type very fast,or do any activities (touches) very fast and the problem is only with cm 10.1 so i thought there might be any solution.. btw thanx for your reply..

Better post this problem at the rom thread. Rom developer would be able to provide a solution to your problem
31st May 2014, 05:05 PM |#7  
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Which min freq value are you using?
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