i have a note 4 910w8, i have a stock rom 6.0.1 security nov1/2016 gutted to about ~400mb w/some mods, its quick, runs cool. takes about 1min install, 4min 1st boot
i could upload for users to see if it resolves the rr, its a flashable zip but data will probably not work as its a 910w8 stock fw base.. let me know as i was going to make a seperate thread for it just haven't had the time and i havent figured out the data fixes for other note 4 snapdragon variants.
screenshots are from my s5 superlite rom which is linked in my sig, are almost exactly the same for note 4
I know this might seem like the easy way out, but I finally broke down and sent my freezing and rebooting Note 4 to Samsung. When I created the ticket online, it listed the "standard repair" price as $64.95. I figured this would be a fee not including parts. When I got it back, they had replaced the logic board, the battery, and the home button (which I didn't have any problem with) and even included a replacement charging cable, all for the standard fee of $64.95, including 2day shipping both ways.
I'm not sure if this was a reduced price because of the high failure rate of this phone, but I wish I would have known how inexpensive it was sooner. It would have been worth $65 to avoid all the frustration and lack of sleep!
This sucks that a software update could cause a perfectly working phone to die a horrible death. I was on Lollipop 5.11 for the longest time and never got a notice for system updates until last month. Now I am on Marshmallow and after many attempts, the latest update. That process caused a lot of issues because the update process was anything but smooth.
The phone works okay but I can't power off or restart it without having to stick it in the the freezer or pull the battery and wait 30 minutes. Using the wake lock app. It's like Samsung purposely sabotaged this phone.
Is there any reason at all why it is happening I mean for the nand issue. I don't like the answer that is motherboard fault and we should replace it, which probably means replacing the phone. Is there anyone who can see deeper into the motherboard to find the issue. I also insist that this started to happen immediately after the second MM update.
I still have an IPhone 3G from 2008 and never changed anything on it. Isn't that ironic ?
Buy the Note 4 from Samsung website. Swap out the mobo and return that BS back to Samsung...