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Found the solution for random reboots!

  1. tzadka
    Donut Nov 25, 2014

    tzadka , Nov 25, 2014 :
    Hi,

    Got the phone one week ago and since the beginning I had a very bad behavior of the device. No matter which ROM or kernel I've tried I still had reboots making the phone unusable!

    I encountered this ROM of color OS in an international version that includes many languages and the gapps and it solved all my problems.

    For any of you who got a "bad" device, please try this ROM, it has been really great for me and it is great in general with all its features.

    forum.xda-developers.com/oneplus-one/general/coloros-4-3-4-4-international-custom-t2941484
     

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  2. AncientLord
    Gingerbread Nov 25, 2014

    AncientLord , Nov 25, 2014 :
    I haven't seen even a single random reboot on 44s. You can try it as follows:
    Download this file, unzip and flash it as under:
    1. "fastboot flash modem NON-HLOS.bin"

    2. "fastboot flash sbl1 sbl1.mbn"

    3. "fastboot flash dbi sdi.mbn"

    4. "fastboot flash aboot emmc_appsboot.mbn"

    5. "fastboot flash rpm rpm.mbn"

    6. "fastboot flash tz tz.mbn"

    7. "fastboot flash LOGO logo.bin"

    8. "fastboot flash boot boot.img"

    9. "fastboot flash cache cache.img"

    10. "fastboot flash recovery recovery.img"

    11. "fastboot flash system system.img"

    12. "fastboot flash userdata userdata.img" (or userdata_64g.img for 64G version)

    13. "fastboot oem lock"

    14. "fastboot reboot"
     

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  3. tzadka
    Donut Nov 25, 2014

    tzadka , Nov 25, 2014 :
    Tried it and tried any other Rom of Cyanogen including nightly Roms. Only this helped, believe me that I have tried anything to solve this issue.
    Color OS is much more robust than Cyanogen and can deal with the slight differences between Qualcomm's SOCs.
     

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  4. AncientLord
    Gingerbread Nov 25, 2014

    AncientLord , Nov 25, 2014 :
    Well in my case 44S is rock solid and working without any reboot problem. I have also installed reboot count app to check. Not a single random reboot since 38R.
     

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  5. AncientLord
    Gingerbread Nov 25, 2014


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  6. tzadka
    Donut Nov 25, 2014

    tzadka , Nov 25, 2014 :
    Yes I tried it and it did absolutely nothing to solve the issue of reboots and apps crashing which made the device unusable.

    Qualcomm's SOCs are slightly different from one to another, a robust Rom should deal with all of this differces. Color OS has been a completely different story for me.
     

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  7. AncientLord
    Gingerbread Nov 25, 2014

    AncientLord , Nov 25, 2014 :
    ColorOS is rock solid and there is no doubt in that.
     

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  8. byteless
    Gingerbread Nov 26, 2014

    byteless , Nov 26, 2014 :
    is that delete all my data? including pictures?
     

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  9. byteless
    Gingerbread Nov 26, 2014

    byteless , Nov 26, 2014 :
    12. "fastboot flash userdata userdata.img" (or userdata_64g.img for 64G version)

    I think the line above will delete all the data. is it?
     

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  10. byteless
    Gingerbread Nov 26, 2014

    byteless , Nov 26, 2014 :
    Yea it does delete everything on the phone.

    I did that and within an hour got first reboot.
     

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  11. tzadka
    Donut Nov 26, 2014

    tzadka , Nov 26, 2014 :
    Try to flash the rom in the beginning of my post and you'll see that your problem is solved. It is a Color OS based rom.
     

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  12. AncientLord
    Gingerbread Nov 27, 2014

    AncientLord , Nov 27, 2014 :
    yes it will delete all your data. So save it before attempting anything.
     

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  13. Adapting
    Ice Cream Sandwich Nov 27, 2014


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  14. BobbyTC
    Gingerbread Jan 1, 2015

    BobbyTC , Jan 1, 2015 :
    Could you provide link to reboot count app? I believe my OPO 64gb has randomly rebooted 2 times. Just got it today. No sim installed yet. Thanks in advance. Running 44s.
     

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  15. AncientLord
    Gingerbread Jan 1, 2015


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  16. BobbyTC
    Gingerbread Jan 1, 2015


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  17. Pogiguy
    Gingerbread Jan 1, 2015

    Pogiguy , Jan 1, 2015 :
    Thank you-- going to try this also.

    Happy New Year and Best of luck to all with this issue.
     

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  18. Dhaval10
    Gingerbread Jan 3, 2015

    Dhaval10 , Jan 3, 2015 :
    @AncientLord which of the two method worked for random reboots for you?

    I tried the patch but it didn't do anything for me..
     

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  19. Pogiguy
    Gingerbread Jan 3, 2015


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  20. AncientLord
    Gingerbread Jan 3, 2015

    AncientLord , Jan 3, 2015 :
    For 38R the second one by @Sanam S. Later on I got 44S OTA which installed right away. I haven't got any random reboots after the Sanam S. Method. The only thing I did differently to that method is to execute the following commands manually without relying on ONEPLUS ONE - 2.bat file. Beware this will erase everything from OPO. Make sure to backup first. The commands are as under:

    1. fastboot oem unlock
    2. fastboot erase persist
    3. fastboot flash persist persist.img
    4. fastboot erase reserve4
    5. fastboot flash reserve4 reserve4.img
    6. fastboot flash boot boot.img
    7. fastboot flash userdata userdata_64g.img
    8. fastboot flash system system.img
    9. fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
    10. fastboot flash cache cache.img
    11. fastboot flash modem NON-HLOS.bin
    12. fastboot flash sbl1 sbl1.mbn
    13. fastboot flash dbi sdi.mbn
    14. fastboot flash aboot emmc_appsboot.mbn
    15. fastboot flash rpm rpm.mbn
    16. fastboot flash tz tz.mbn
    17. fastboot flash LOGO logo.bin
    18. fastboot oem lock
    19. fastboot reboot
     

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