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It seems to happen when I'm using Pandora. But then again, I'm always using Pandora. It also reboots so quickly that sometimes, I do not notice.

Is there a way to see what caused the last reboot?

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(Just thought I'd add.) My milestone reboots randomly about thrice a week. I've noticed it can happen at any moment with any app (sometimes even while it's sleeping). And the reboot is almost instant: it doesn't shut down smoothly, it simply blacks out and immediately starts booting again. –  Malabarba Feb 16 '11 at 16:18

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Engadget has just reported that the Nexus S is having issues with random reboots (http://www.engadget.com/2011/02/15/nexus-s-suffering-from-random-data-loss-reboots/) and apparently fixes are coming.

To see the log you can get the following app:

aLogCat

aLogCat QR Code

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Thanks. However, I'd still like to know what were the causes of the last reboots. Is there not a log of this? –  Belmin Fernandez Feb 16 '11 at 2:40
    
@Nimmy You can make your own log, google "android logcat" –  Matthew Read Feb 16 '11 at 3:50

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