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By Fir3blade, Senior Member on 22nd April 2014, 02:23 PM
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Hello G2 users,
like mentioned in the thread title, my G2 is rebooting at least once a day.
Is there any way to find out what is causing this, or do I have to do a wipe?
 
 
22nd April 2014, 04:22 PM |#2  
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Are you on stock, unrooted or custom rom? Try factory reset if you haven't try it yet.

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22nd April 2014, 04:37 PM |#3  
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Ahh, forgot to mention, I am on stock 4.4.2 rooted with Xposed Framework and a few modules.

I am a bit afraid of a factory reset, as I do have my G2 how I want it to be, would be a lot of work to get there, where I am now.
22nd April 2014, 05:03 PM |#4  
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Ahh, forgot to mention, I am on stock 4.4.2 rooted with Xposed Framework and a few modules.

I am a bit afraid of a factory reset, as I do have my G2 how I want it to be, would be a lot of work to get there, where I am now.

Use the built-in backup utility to backup your whole system, copy the file to your computer, then do a factory reset. After going through the initial setup, copy the file back to your phone and restore.

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22nd April 2014, 05:18 PM |#5  
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Sounds like your Xposed Modules are probably causing it.

I only use G2 Xposed module. It seems to do pretty much everything you need.

That or you have Facebook install or some other app that is killing you. I agree with a wipe. Then take it slow when restoring apps. Run bare for a few days with just basic core apps. Then install Xposed and G2 Xposed. Tweak it and run it for a few days. Slowly add in a few apps at a time until you find the one that is doing it.

Some people have said Swype Keyboard was causing reboots.
22nd April 2014, 07:16 PM |#6  
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I had this too on KitKat never used xposed or anything like that. I am rooted though. The last_kmsg log shows an error that seems to be related to some sort of logging. Disabling this option in kernel can stop the reboots but need to build a modified kernel for that. I could be totally wrong like but that's just from my reading up...

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Thank you guys, I am sadly not skilled enough to build a kernel, and already tested a lot of things, but I guess that I have to bite in the sour apple and do a factory reset
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Thank you guys, I am sadly not skilled enough to build a kernel, and already tested a lot of things, but I guess that I have to bite in the sour apple and do a factory reset

May i help you ? I can image how annoying it would be. You can start sending me the last_kmsg file . Just install a terminal emulator and type this commands after an unexpected reboot
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cat /proc/last_kmsg > /sdcard/last_kmsg.txt

Then you could also record the logcat and send me that too(you can use catlog for that purpose)
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23rd April 2014, 08:32 PM |#9  
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May i help you ? I can image how annoying it would be. You can start sending me the last_kmsg file . Just install a terminal emulator and type this commands after an unexpected reboot
su
cat /proc/last_kmsg > /sdcard/last_kmsg.txt

Then you could also record the logcat and send me that too(you can use catlog for that purpose)

Hey mate nice to see you here!
I had the idea to post this in your thread first, but decided to start a new thread as I know that you do have a lot of work and didn't want to bother you .
Great, I will install an emulator on my G2 (any recommendations?) and send you the ksmg file.
Thank you in advance!
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are you running stoc or custom kernel?
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