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[Q] Troubleshooting spontaneous reboot's on 230

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By scifan, Senior Member on 22nd August 2014, 06:26 AM
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Guess I need to ask for help/idea's.

If I upgrade my "4.3/101" installation to 4.4/230, everything initially works, and then at some point (after a few days) I start experiencing spontaneous reboots. I thought perhaps it was an issue with xposed... so I tried doing this again but removed xposed from my phone prior to upgrading and re-rooting... no real change.

I tried doing a wipe/clean install and then restoring applications & data via TiBu... still have the reboots

I've never had this particular kind of issue before... I expected that a clean install and restoring some key applications via TiBu wouldn't have this issue...

I'm game to try another clean install without restoring anything via Tibu if that would really help...

Is there an on-phone logcat tool that will automatically store logs to my sdcard?

Any other idea's about what might be going on?
26th August 2014, 03:59 AM |#2  
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Zero responses, but several views.

Figured out (after looking elsewhere) that I could pull a last_kmsg among others...


Can anyone give me some idea's about what's causing my phone to restart?

Just remembered in an attempt to get a different result, I'd actually flashed Gustafo's kernel... hmmm... wonder if I'd get the same results on the stock kernel...
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30th August 2014, 04:45 PM |#3  
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Seems like after a clean install, it's working fine - I'm suspecting this might be some sort of issue with Xposed....

we'll see if it re-manifests...
31st August 2014, 03:26 PM |#4  
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I just had the same issue fixed. I've had a constant reboot approximately 30 times a day.
I wiped everything including internal SD card, and flashed the 4.4.2 firmware. I was suspecting the Xposed as well but I installed for the heck of it 5 hours after the flesh installation of firmware. I only needed the wakelock terminator for Xposed to prevent battery drain.

After 48 hours even with Xposed, there has been no single reboot so far.
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