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It sounds like a hardware problem. A corrupt system would not result in your tablet instantly powering off. Your tablet is likely not getting charged (although it may be receiving power from the charger, it may be charging very slowly). Try different charging cables and different wall adapters. There may be loose wiring in one or the other. Check the ...


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Real Reboot Works on Android 2.1 - 4.2.1 No Root 4.2.2 and up needs root. For a PC method you will be using Android Debug Bridge, commonly called ADB. Here is a link for a download. It's from the XDA Forums. Read the page while your there and get some good insight on ADB. After installed to the computer, open a command prompt (L shift + R mouse click) ...


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If you're rooted : Just search for any app that restarts the phone. Just search on play store - "Restart". That'll do the work... If you're not rooted As HasH_BrowN told, adb is the solution. The first step is to have USB debugging turned on, which you have. Now, follow these steps : Install adb and your phone's drivers on your PC/Mac/Linux ...


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It might be a power button issue. when you take the battery out, and put it back in does the phone automatically turn on by itself? or do you have to press the power button to do that? You should turn it back on with the power button, if it turns back on automatically then it means your power button has gotten stuck. What I did was hold it and kept pressing ...


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It seems this is a known bug that affects majority of Wiko phones. Receiving an SMS with '=' (equal sign) as the only content will soft reset the OS. References (in French): Quand un simple SMS peut faire redémarrer un téléphone Wiko Une faille qui fait planter les téléphones Wiko à distance There is a suggestion from the first site: Use other messaging ...


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I would go to the forum section of your device with whatever site you use and find the links for Odin and Samsung's official Kit Kat release for your device and flash that using Odin. Then you will be stock once again then accept the update and all should be fine.


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If it's rebooting, you should probably try logging some kernel or other system related messages that are saved after / during a crash, that could show later log messages which probably show what crashed in the lower layers. Include the log directly before the crash and include it here if it doesn't break formatting, or upload it on pastebin or nopaste ...


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I believe I have a similar problem and shall update this answer as I find more information. What variant of Samsung Galaxy S II do you have? These steps could help: Fresh reboot by pulling battery, SIM card and any external SD card out for a while (some sources I have read say to wait over an hour). Clear the cache partition (this is safe, no data loss): ...



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