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What doesnt TWRP do, what a Custom Rom does?

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By itsamess, Member on 28th June 2020, 02:53 PM
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OK, thats an aweful tiltle.

What i am asking is related to my thread in the Samsung Tab S2 Forum.

The tablet reboots by itself. It does this in lineage 16 and 17.1 and on stock.
But no matter how long it is in TWRP it will never reboot by itself.

So in order to find the problem i am asking:
What ressources does TWRP not use that the ROMs do use?

or

Where can i find help for my problem?
28th June 2020, 07:28 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by itsamess

OK, thats an aweful tiltle.



What i am asking is related to my thread in the Samsung Tab S2 Forum.



The tablet reboots by itself. It does this in lineage 16 and 17.1 and on stock.

But no matter how long it is in TWRP it will never reboot by itself.



So in order to find the problem i am asking:

What ressources does TWRP not use that the ROMs do use?



or



Where can i find help for my problem?

Have you tried using an app that captures logcats in the background? It should capture some errors when the device reboots while the logcat is being captured.

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28th June 2020, 08:15 PM |#3  
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Have you tried using an app that captures logcats in the background? It should capture some errors when the device reboots while the logcat is being captured.

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I didnt do it because i read that logs are useless after reboots or for this matter.
28th June 2020, 08:27 PM |#4  
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I didnt do it because i read that logs are useless after reboots or for this matter.

The logs can be saved and reviewed.

I'm not referring to using adb logcat. I'm referring to root enabled app that has a feature that allows it to capture logcats for you, all you do is set it up and enable the app to start recording the log. Try the aLogrec app(not the aLogcat app).

Something to capture a full bug report would be better.

You can try using adb to get the bug report with this command:

adb bugreport
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