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My android LG phone had the same problem. I tried the power button, with no success. Then I took of the back cover and then removed the battery, then put it back in. Next, I held the power button down. This rebooted the phone back up. Hope this works for you, and good luck!


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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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