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  Reply # 522783 18-Sep-2011 22:35
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Just had another reboot. Obviously my phone doesn't like faux's kernel. I'll try another kernel and report back.



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  Reply # 522789 18-Sep-2011 22:47
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I havent had one since around 5 which I am attributing until further notice to the Live wallpaper that I had selected.



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  Reply # 522795 18-Sep-2011 23:09
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haha, I spoke too soon, was playing a game just now and it rebooted.



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  Reply # 522804 18-Sep-2011 23:35
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According to people on XDA, leedroid 3.2.0 has no rebooting issues; those people with the issue have said it stopped after flashing the new rom.
Downloading now; will report in a couple of days.

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  Reply # 522812 19-Sep-2011 00:57
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I wonder if it has anything to do with the Radio? I am using the stock radio on my Telecom Sensation.

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  Reply # 523006 19-Sep-2011 13:23
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Just had another reboot. Using P3D XE with included kernel, running at 1188000 set using daemon controller. Damn it. Might try P3D 6.1 until a later time.

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  Reply # 523031 19-Sep-2011 14:10
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kaljames79: According to people on XDA, leedroid 3.2.0 has no rebooting issues; those people with the issue have said it stopped after flashing the new rom.
Downloading now; will report in a couple of days.



I've been running leedroid since I got my phone. Never had any issues



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  Reply # 523077 19-Sep-2011 15:32
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I downloaded the latest leedroid last night; installing tonight. And will. See how it goes.

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  Reply # 523686 20-Sep-2011 19:14
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I am having the same issue as well. I have been stuck in two boot loops in the last four days. I am running  Android Revolution HD 3.1.1 and have my CPU clocked at 1296000. First time i experienced the boot loop i had been playing games for about 30min and the phone was a bit hot, but the second time all i had done was open the browser and the phone wasn't hot at all. After reading some of the comments here i am thinking it might be faux's kernal. Think i might go back to stock tomorrow and see what happens. Let me know if you guys make any progress.

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  Reply # 523703 20-Sep-2011 19:31
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Hi Shaun, I think it is definitely the faux kernel as I an able to run p3d on stock kernel as well as 6.1 which does not use the faux kernel. I even tried underclocking the kernel but still got boot loops. At the moment I am running 6.1 but it is definitely not as refined as 7.5 just out of interest, are you a telecom customer? The only reason I ask is non telecom sensation owners seem to not be having the same experience.

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  Reply # 523732 20-Sep-2011 20:17
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No i am not a telecom customer. Are you thinking its something to do with the stock telecom radio? I am currently running the stock European radio. Anybody tired the 0.1.7 kernel? I might try that and if i have no luck go back to stock.

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  Reply # 523809 20-Sep-2011 23:05
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I'm still getting boot loops on the v0.17 kernel




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  Reply # 523816 20-Sep-2011 23:31
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I had a bootloop on Leedroid 3.1.0 with his 3.2.0 kernel today after 24 hours of use.

Kernel 3.3.0 is now out which I have just installed so I will see how long that lasts.

If I get a bootloop I am going to install the recommended radio; surely this cannot keep happening?

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