Originally Posted by kriszty
i can wipe back, but the firmware will be the same new one ?
Yes, but no one here seems to have the same problem, it is probably some problem app you have, or some settings that the system did not like.
You probably could have gotten a malware causing memory overloads, forcing a reboot, you never know. Wiping to factory is Step 1 at any time your phone is at a time like this.
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