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20th February 2013, 02:44 AM   |  #11  
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Bought it a month ago to this day.. Still waiting for my first reboot.
20th February 2013, 03:46 AM   |  #12  
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and I haven't seen many many many owners complaining of reboots after the latest update.

You obviously haven't read the reboot thread then, smh
20th February 2013, 04:05 AM   |  #13  
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Used to have reboots all the time on 4.2.1... been pretty solid since 4.2.2... Wi-Fi drops like crazy tho on stock. I feel like when I was on cm10.1 Wi-Fi was generally solid so I'm thinking it's a combo of software and my schools some wat dodgy Wi-Fi... My iPad never experienced Wi-Fi issues that my android devices have here on campus but... That's the only good thing about those

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20th February 2013, 07:14 AM   |  #14  
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You obviously haven't read the reboot thread then, smh

That's unfortunate, I wonder what they're doing differently from those who are seeing a massive improvement in reboots and crashes with 4.2.2.
20th February 2013, 07:49 AM   |  #15  
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Even with rebooting this is the best tablet out.

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20th February 2013, 02:10 PM   |  #16  
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Maybe something's wrong with your tablet? I used to get at least one reboot per day on 4.2.1, but haven't had any on 4.2.2 (received it on 2/14), and I haven't seen many many many owners complaining of reboots after the latest update.

I agree. I had many reboots prior to 4.2.2 but after the update I had zero reboots so far. Maybe something wrong with your unit or you got some bad **** installed in it.
20th February 2013, 05:30 PM   |  #17  
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I agree. I had many reboots prior to 4.2.2 but after the update I had zero reboots so far. Maybe something wrong with your unit or you got some bad **** installed in it.

so everybody was experiencing reboots on 4.2.1,and nobody says its hardware. now 4.2.2 comes out and a few people reboots stop so NOW its a hardware problem? really?

definitely isnt apps, i basically run the same apps on my tablet that i run on my phone. phone has YET to reboot once. If an app is bad and causes a crash (i guess because of its code) it will crash on any device running the same android version right? because its an app problem and not hardware...

for example, list 5 android apps that are KNOWN without a doubt to cause a reboot
please dont say chrome because it only crashes on the nexus 10

in fact, list ONE bad **** app as you say that will cause a reboot across any android device...

P.S. i think that an app causing a device to reboot is still the fault of an OS. i mean why reboot the whole device? why not jus crash the faulty app instead?
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20th February 2013, 06:01 PM   |  #18  
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Well, I guess I spoke too soon (or jinxed myself) but I got my first post-update reboot this morning. Once per week is still much better than at least one per day, but there's still work to do it seems.
20th February 2013, 06:10 PM   |  #19  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by SayWhat10

so everybody was experiencing reboots on 4.2.1,and nobody says its hardware. now 4.2.2 comes out and a few people reboots stop so NOW its a hardware problem? really?

definitely isnt apps, i basically run the same apps on my tablet that i run on my phone. phone has YET to reboot once. If an app is bad and causes a crash (i guess because of its code) it will crash on any device running the same android version right? because its an app problem and not hardware...

for example, list 5 android apps that are KNOWN without a doubt to cause a reboot
please dont say chrome because it only crashes on the nexus 10

in fact, list ONE bad **** app as you say that will cause a reboot across any android device...

P.S. i think that an app causing a device to reboot is still the fault of an OS. i mean why reboot the whole device? why not jus crash the faulty app instead?

Or, maybe it's the thing that the software communicates with to interact with hardware (drivers)?

Lets say I have a desktop. I run a 3D-intensive app on it. My computer locks up and reboots. The app can be coded to be 100% perfect, and the hardware can be 100% flawless, but if the driver is flawed, then it wouldn't matter how perfect the software and hardware is.
20th February 2013, 06:35 PM   |  #20  
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Or, maybe it's the thing that the software communicates with to interact with hardware (drivers)?

Lets say I have a desktop. I run a 3D-intensive app on it. My computer locks up and reboots. The app can be coded to be 100% perfect, and the hardware can be 100% flawless, but if the driver is flawed, then it wouldn't matter how perfect the software and hardware is.

well cool but that still eliminates the app as being the culprit of reboots as a lot of people like to suggest

so thats still an OS problem and not hardware. which means useless to send in back because i have a "bad unit"

still waiting on people to tell me apps that will get me a reboot

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