Phone Randomly Shuts Off on 4.3

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gokuman56

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Mar 19, 2010
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Hey, I recently did a factory flash of 4.3 and the nexus seems to be turning off randomly, especially in the night. I missed work today because the alarm didn't ring and got there 2 hours late. Is anyone else experiencing this issue, this seems to happen often and is there a fix for it?
 

sandozer

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Dec 16, 2012
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Hey, I recently did a factory flash of 4.3 and the nexus seems to be turning off randomly, especially in the night. I missed work today because the alarm didn't ring and got there 2 hours late. Is anyone else experiencing this issue, this seems to happen often and is there a fix for it?

It has happened twice to me since I updated to 4.3 a few days ago, always during the night, so phone is off in morning, and have to hold power button as in a reset to power on. (a LONG press! ) What is going on?

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I had Netflix installed and read elsewhere that this may be the causet, so have uninstalled Netflix to check this. My phone is absolutely stock, never been rooted.
 

VanquishUK

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Dec 27, 2012
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Im kind of getting this mine just keeps rebooting every so often. But does it when im trying to do something seems like 4.3 was a giant fail for the nexus 4 everyone seems to be having all kinds of problems.
 

gosku26

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Mar 27, 2011
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Same problem for me. I have 2 Nexus4. One of them gets frozen during the night (or after a long period of inactivity) and the next morning I have to reset it holding the power button for a while.

I don't have the Netflix app. The Nexus with this problem is not rooted, not unlocked, everything is stock. The problem came after updating to 4.3.
 

Toronadian

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Apr 17, 2013
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I updated to 4.3 yesterday via ota and I experienced this while using the phone in the evening. I don't have Netflix on the phone. Running 4.3 rooted and the hybrid .84/.33 radio. Kernel is stock.