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Going into the app info may also trigger the crash. One possible way to avoid that, is to use adb: adb shell pm clear com.android.settings Now clearing the app data may not be enough. I had to do, as root: rm -fR /data/data/com.android.settings
The internal graphics driver was out of date. Updating the vendor image solved the problem. Updating also fixed a non-working camera. CyanogenMod ROMs do not provide updated device-specific drivers ("vendor"), baseband firmware ("radio"; for cellular devices only), or bootloaders. These are stored on their own partitions and must be flashed manually at the ...
The wiki mentions that in order to use capps you need Cyanogenmod 12.1, what doesn't mention is that is not compatible with Cyanogenmod 13. The wiki also comes with uninstall instructions. (You don't need to wipe and flash add I thought first). Uninstall Note: Requires Root You will need to enter the following commands to remove C-Apps. Connect your ...
Although I'm still on CM12.1, I can relate to you. Reboot to Safe Mode. Go to Settings > Apps > (Your Theme). Uninstall it. Hope this answers your question.
If the reboots are caused by kernel panics (sometimes the case), you can get the last_kmsg file. It's located at /proc/last_kmsg. This file gets reset every time you restart your phone, so you'll have to grab it soon after a reboot. Look at the bottom of the file to see why the phone is rebooting. If it's a normal shutdown from an app, it may point to the ...
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