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Nook HD Restarting or Freezing at Random.

14th June 2014, 04:15 PM |#11  
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By full wipe, do you mean data, cache and Dalvik? And you do this before installing the nightly and gapps?

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A full wipe generally means a factory reset with CWM. That wipes /data, /cache, and dalvik. But it leaves intact your /sdcard that has your media files. And yes, that is usually done before rebooting from CWM either before or after flashing the nightly and gapps. But remember, if moving to CM11 and associated gapps you must use CWM v6045 or higher.

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17th June 2014, 05:03 PM |#12  
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I was having the same issue (freezing, shut downs and reboots) when I was using stable and snapshot builds so I did a full wipe and switched to CM11 nightlies and haven't had that issue since

I think I have a hardware problem. Mine started freezing and rebooting on 10.1.3. I did a factory reset with CWM and installed 10.2.1. After less than a day, it started doing the same thing. If it's not hardware then I've got a very poorly behaving app but tracing that down would be difficult.

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17th June 2014, 05:39 PM |#13  
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I think I have a hardware problem. Mine started freezing and rebooting on 10.1.3. I did a factory reset with CWM and installed 10.2.1. After less than a day, it started doing the same thing. If it's not hardware then I've got a very poorly behaving app but tracing that down would be difficult.

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Why not;

-wipe/factory reset
-install the latest nightly (No Gapps)
-No extra apps just bare bones vanilla cm
-use it for a day browsing, checking out vids
-all goes well after one day start installing your apps one at a time

Narrow the issue down...I would figure if its having those issues even with a bare bones install then perhaps you do have a hardware issue but I doubt you do
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Why not;

-wipe/factory reset
-install the latest nightly (No Gapps)
-No extra apps just bare bones vanilla cm
-use it for a day browsing, checking out vids
-all goes well after one day start installing your apps one at a time

Narrow the issue down...I would figure if its having those issues even with a bare bones install then perhaps you do have a hardware issue but I doubt you do

That will have to be my next step. How do you keep Google from automatically reloading all your apps?

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17th June 2014, 07:46 PM |#15  
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That will have to be my next step. How do you keep Google from automatically reloading all your apps?

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During the initial setup, after you've entered your gmail account info, there is an option for you to Restore from Google servers or something (can't remember the exact wording, sorry)? Uncheck the box and that should stop the auto download.

sometimes when I forget to untick that I immediately go into the play store and cancel all of the installs one by one manually and usually catch most of them
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