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Samsung Galaxy Nexus Reboot Problem Solved

Written By ha on Wednesday, February 20, 2013 | 10:31 PM

Hello friends Good News Galaxy Nexus reboot problem solved after android 4.2.2 update



Samsung Galaxy Nexus System Update 4.2.2


The tajku Galaxy Nexus, as it turns out, was the model for which updates started rolling out last week. This is the model that is sold in Google Play, versus the yajku, which is sold exterior the Play store. Updates normally take a few week not less than to fully roll out, so be affected person when you haven’t received any notifications but

Android 4.2.2 is generally a stability update and a set of minor bug fixes that kind out generally reported problems on Android 4.2-powered devices. For example, consumer interface interplay is now smoother; no longer will “Mission Butter” be ironic in case your machine is on Android 4.2. The Fast Settings feature has been enhanced, as customers would be capable to long press on Bluetooth and Wi-Fi so they can toggle these settings accordingly





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9 comments:

  1. Reboots 2-3 / Week .. O2 Germany ...

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    1. U received the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update?

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  2. no, it didn't solved. mine's still restarting..

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    1. Are u unlocked bootloader ?....Then u need lock that first..

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    3. it's still on factory setting, no bootloader or any else. i even used the 4.2.2 factory image. i think the problem are on location settings, i turned that off and reboots decreasing but still reboot frequently while on wifi.

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    4. To Solve Android 4.2 galaxy nexus, constant reboot problem you have to do these steps

      1)Lock Bootloader(if you Unlocked the bootloader)
      2)if you have rooted your device then download franco kernel updater and update your kernel

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  3. I think it's a hardware issue that crops up after 4.2 is applied. I sent mine back to Samsung. They replaced something. I got it back, updated to 4.2.2 and no problems since. Mind you, I'd rooted, reflashed back to 4.0 and flashed 4.2.2 as a direct upgrade, tried flashing 4.2.2 from the factory image, etc etc. Still rebooted constantly. As soon as I turned wifi and gps on, it would reboot after a few minutes. The replacement part eliminated all that.

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    1. To Solve Android 4.2 galaxy nexus, constant reboot problem you have to do these steps

      1)Lock Bootloader(if you Unlocked the bootloader)
      2)if you have rooted your device then download franco kernel updater and update your kernel

      Delete

 
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