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Plagued by barrage of FC's on startup
I'v e got a rooted Samsung Galaxy Exhibit 4G, which completely soiled itself out of nowhere 2 days ago, right as I was going on a big vacation. Perfect timing. It very nearly met its demise against at high velocity against a solid object. I spent the next day trying to get a usable device with little luck.
I got into CWM recovery and tried wiping cache, Dalvik........nothing. Finally I gave up and wiped everything, data and all, losing everything, all my apps, contacts. I re-installed the Peach Sunrise ROM from the micro SD. This had been working just fine for months before this disaster hit me with zero warning. I was able to recover my contacts, but ONLY because I use Gmail, and was able to sync my account. I slowly began to download what apps I could remember from memory alone thru the Google Market. I thought I was going to get out of this alive, and that maybe it had just been a random f'd up situation which caused all of this. I was wrong.
Unfortunately today the monster returned. I have tried clicking away the Force Close warnings, but the phone is literally unable to start into the desktop because it is killing every single app/service as soon as it starts. The Touch the Android screen is where it begins. I try to fill out the info boxes between FC's, but when it tries to communicate, there is no data link since this has been FC'd.
Anybody got any ideas before I end it all with a hammer?!