I'm looking for the best / friendliest way to reboot my rooted android 4.1.1 device. I found these solutions so far:
su -c "reboot"- Causes problems with wifi after restart on my device... I read that this can cause a currupt file system in some cases... Doesn't work via ssh for me.
toolbox reboot- Same concerns here, but works via ssh.
reboot -d 8 -f- causes problems after restart e.g. some apps wont start
busybox killall system_server- "Hot Reboot" (not really a system restart)
start|stop- Starts/stops Android Runtime (not really a system restart)
What is the device doing exactly when I'm pushing the (hardware) power button? I guess that's the most friendly way.