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For my FairPhone (first edition, FP1, Android 4.2.2), it's pressing and holding the power button for about 2 seconds. This brings up a little menu which offers to switch off, restart (both after an additional prompt), or toggle flight mode. I suppose this is a common Android feature (because it is described in a beginners's guide to Android smartphones I ...


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I faced the same issue. After searching lots of forum, chatting with experts in XDA, I found out that: Samsung used a cheap substandard emmc. I have tried everything from adb, Odin to jtag. The emmc just died,no way to fix it. First there was this awful lag issue : Galaxy Nexus GSM bad eMMC chip type V3U00M phone is almost unusable Later within 2 ...


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If CM has implemented it correctly, dmesg should have 2 copies. One current and one from last reboot. You'll have to find where your dmesg copies are located. Try with: find / -iname "*dmesg*" Being root when using find is always an advantage. EDIT: The other option is to look at the kernel messages. They are called "kmsg" and can be found in: ...


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Found this info from other forums, hope it helps. Possibly a bad app design, water damage or a bad battery. "Restarts are kernel panics. It happens regularly and at random in Android 2.x but is hardly seen in versions 4.x and is caused by many things. One is a full dalvik cache and other times 3G can cause it via a corrupted PRL list update that crashes ...


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I had a similar problem with my S920 one year back in Jan 2014. It kept restarted itself every hour or so. Though I did not have too much installed on it, I pinned down the problem to the firmware update S114_130626. A restore back to the original S110_130515 worked for me. However, now that much of my internal storage is being consumed, I notice that it ...


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I have experienced many problems with Android 5 on both my Nexus 4 and my wife's exactly identical Nexus 4. Strangely enough, both phones experienced slightly different problems. The main issue with my own phone was WiFi - it simply did not work except for a few hour period after rebooting. I have not experienced this issue since switching to Cyanogenmod ...



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