Originally Posted by Phk
Type CTRL+C to stop adb logcat when the phone reboots. Then you got the latest output
I couldn't replicate the problem again while I ran logcat for 3 hours straight.
But here's the kicker:
Once I left work, I jumped in the car, plugged my phone into my car stereo via the 3.5mm jack started up my mp3s again and immediately experienced the issues below all within 10 min. (Go figure
- Music skips randomly (silence and then the music continues playing at a later point..like a CD skip)
- Music will stop playing suddenly, and I have to press play again
- Followed by the phone rebooting itself again.
It doesn't seem to reboot once a USB cable is plugged in? And it doesn't reboot if I don't have something in the 3.5mm jack Does that make any sense at all? Is there another way to log without the USB cable plugged in?
Either way...I'm still sold on the either the SDcard being the culptit, or Samsung's Music app (call it a hunch).
All of the above randomly happens while I'm playing music stored on the SDcard, with Samsung's Music app, no USB cable attached (battery powered) and headphones/stereo plugged into the 3.5mm jack. That seems to be the only way I can replicate the problems above.
I haven't given up yet:
Once I got home, I formatted the SDcard with the utility here: http://www.sdcard.org/consumers/formatter_3
and will try again at work tomorrow with the same Samsung Player. If it still reboots, I'll try again with a third party player like winamp.