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By ggtus, Junior Member on 13th March 2014, 04:47 PM
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I am running the latest stock build and my phone will randomly reboot itself.
The bottom buttons flash as if I'm holding down on the power button.
I am unsure if this correlates with my sim card errors either, but tis quite annoying.
I tried to press home button last time this happened, and got a screenshot reading:
"TO RESTART YOUR PHONE, CONTINUE TO PRESS AND HOLD THE POWER BUTTON FOR 2 SECONDS"

So I'm wondering if anyone with a otterbox case is experiencing this too.
I even went as far as to take the top of the case off, and the countdown timer paused at 1 for a few seconds and proceeded to restart anyway
 
 
14th March 2014, 01:57 AM |#2  
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Originally Posted by ggtus

I am running the latest stock build and my phone will randomly reboot itself.
The bottom buttons flash as if I'm holding down on the power button.
I am unsure if this correlates with my sim card errors either, but tis quite annoying.
I tried to press home button last time this happened, and got a screenshot reading:
"TO RESTART YOUR PHONE, CONTINUE TO PRESS AND HOLD THE POWER BUTTON FOR 2 SECONDS"

So I'm wondering if anyone with a otterbox case is experiencing this too.
I even went as far as to take the top of the case off, and the countdown timer paused at 1 for a few seconds and proceeded to restart anyway

Saw this a couple times. In both cases it turned out to be a hardware problem, bad power switch.
14th March 2014, 04:12 AM |#3  
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That's what it sound like to me too.

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