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I had update my lenovo vibe p1 to marshmellow 6.0.1 and then default sim is selected but it always ask for call via sim 1 or sim 2 which is not happen before in lolipop 5.0.1.


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As a method of starting to debug this, Linux keeps a log for the kernel. I'm not sure if /proc/last_kmsg is there or not, but you want the kernel log. I'd start by replacing the stock recovery with TWRP. Whether or not you want to Flash to a different rom. TWRP has a file browser. It should let you save the kernel's log either way. You want to pay attention ...


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OK....I think I have figured out something. This is definitely not a genuine solution, but still it may help..........From settings go to power manager -> background app management and unrestrict all. This helped me & rebooting has stopped but as I have said, this is not a proper solution. Waiting for Lenovo Team to help us asap.


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There are quiet a few things to try in the following order. 1) if it was an official update, and your device is under warranty, then get it repaired. 2) try a factory reset via recovery. Search to find the key combination to get into the recovery and Perform a factory Reset. 3) Android Marshmallow has the ability to grant/restrict specific permissions to ...


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I've had the same problem on my HTC M7. After some research, I came to a conclusion that this is not a software problem. When sending my phone to the retailer for repair, they told me the lifetime of my processor pretty much ended. This was indicated by the phone heating up and randomly rebooting. In my specific situation, this came due to me rooting my ...


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Try this, formating your device that will solve your problem regarding to restarting device sucessfully. I hope above solution will help you.


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If you want to reboot your system without using the power button (the power button hold down trick doesn't work on some devices) then you can use Alt + Print Screen and type REISUB on a USB keyboard (connected with OTG cable / converter) since Android uses the Linux kernel. This should work if you Android has not kernel panicked Connect USB keyboard via OTG ...



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