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Question [Q] Force Close on every App after 2 days

I have a really strangen Problem going on on my Galaxy S.
I tried several Roms (Slimbean, Cyanogenmod, C-Rom etc ) and with every Rom the same strange things happen.
1. After approximetly 2 days the phone first starts with random reboots
2. 1 or 2 days later every app gives me a force Close, sometimes with a storage Problem message (i'm not sure if Ram or internal Memory)
So every Time this happen i have to reinstall the whole System, sometimes 2 times a week.
Another Thing i recognized was that TitaniumBackup has really Long to reinstall all the Apps (15-30min for 30apps)
The Facebook app always says i have to delete files to work again, but 808Mb are always free on the App Partion and the Same with the internal Memory.
I really have no idea why this happen
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Default I have the same issue

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I have the same problem. I thought it was just my phone acting weird.
I tried OmniROM and CyanogenMod. (Both 4.4.2) With Omni, the FCs were after 2-3 days and with CM it lasted a week.

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Whats working fine for me at the moment (since 3 days)
ArchiDroid with a Swappartion (512MB) which i created on my external SD.
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Whats working fine for me at the moment (since 3 days)
ArchiDroid with a Swappartion (512MB) which i created on my external SD.
I went back to 4.3 (CM 10.1) and it was ok for the past 2 weeks. But starting today, all the GApps are force closing.
 
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I went back to 4.3 (CM 10.1) and it was ok for the past 2 weeks. But starting today, all the GApps are force closing.
Well, finally. It was a problem with the GApps package. I flashed the Gapps recommended by CM on their wiki page instead of the PA 0 Day Gapps and things are smooth and normal.
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