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Hi,
I bought a used Galaxy S4 and I rooted it and flashed the current AOKP Jflte Rom. Now I have reboots every few minutes when I use it. No matter what I do, Different Apps, Browsing, etc. It stops for a few seconds, then vibrates 2 times and reboots itself.

I attach a logcat because I don't know what it says, maybe someone can help me here?

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It can be a few things.

- An app that is causing it
- The rom that is causing it.
- A hardware failure
- Or you battery.

What I would do is a full wipe and then reflash the rom. If the problem is still there then try a different rom (non aosp).

If the problem is still there then it's a hardware failure. My guess is that your battery is damaged. Is your battery swollen? If so, then buy a new battery.
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Originally Posted by Lennyz1988 View Post
It can be a few things.

- An app that is causing it
- The rom that is causing it.
- A hardware failure
- Or you battery.

What I would do is a full wipe and then reflash the rom. If the problem is still there then try a different rom (non aosp).

If the problem is still there then it's a hardware failure. My guess is that your battery is damaged. Is your battery swollen? If so, then buy a new battery.
I had the same issue a year ago with my first Note 2. It was hardware problem. Gone to service and they had to change motherboard.
I was running stock rom.
I think, you have the same problem.
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