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Repeated automatic reboot?

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Hi

My N700 keeps rebooting - about every 20 mins at times. Sometimes not for 12 hours. It also did this in the middle of a phone call.

I've hit the "factory reset" option and it sill happens.

It occurred on the original stock ROM, and on a custom rom. I've removed nearly all the installed apps.

Do any other users of this platform experience this issue?

And can anyone recommend where I should look to find a log that might be meaningful?

Thanks - though I'm starting to think this might be a hardware issue.... As someone new to Android, is all this normal?

Jonathan

(The Commtiva N700 is running Android 2.2, and seems pretty vanilla)

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Posted · Report post

Hi

My N700 keeps rebooting - about every 20 mins at times. Sometimes not for 12 hours. It also did this in the middle of a phone call.

I've hit the "factory reset" option and it sill happens.

It occurred on the original stock ROM, and on a custom rom. I've removed nearly all the installed apps.

Do any other users of this platform experience this issue?

And can anyone recommend where I should look to find a log that might be meaningful?

Thanks - though I'm starting to think this might be a hardware issue.... As someone new to Android, is all this normal?

Jonathan

(The Commtiva N700 is running Android 2.2, and seems pretty vanilla)

Hello Johnathan.

What your describing is an overheating problem ... I suggest your return it.

Mine definatly doesn't do anything like yours is?

Rgds Terry.

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Hello Johnathan.

What your describing is an overheating problem ... I suggest your return it.

Mine definatly doesn't do anything like yours is?

Rgds Terry.

Oh well.... Just printed return label for Amazon, and will have to go for refund as they are "out of stock"!

EDIT: It's gone back to Amazon for a refund and been to PC World for shiny new Galaxy Tab.

Edited by jda180
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Posted (edited) · Report post

My two tablets have always done it too, I just get round it by doing a full shutdown to avoid the annoying noises! It's not an overheat problem on mine as the reboot only happens with the screen off and with no user activity.

Mine happens with stock and Pauls ROM.

Edited by msiviter
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