For quite a while (about 3 months or so) I've been having a problem where my non-rooted 2013 Nexus 7 would spontaneously reboot. Sometimes it would reboot twice a day, sometimes it would go 3 or 4 days without rebooting. It never took more than 4 days to reboot. To make a long story short, I eventually ended up uninstalling Lux, and now my current uptime is almost 20 days. It could be a complete coincidence, but it seems plausible that Lux was the culprit. Can you think of any reason Lux might cause a reboot?
I'm not sure how Lux could cause reboots on a non-rooted device. I'm inclined to say it's a coincidence if you're using the stock ROM. I certainly haven't had that issue while testing on my Nexus 7 2013.
You can disable CF.lumen after you install the driver. As long as the driver is installed Lux will be able to use it.
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