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    Default Random Reboots With CM9

    Im sure I am doing something wrong. With so many people using CM9 there has to be something I missed. With both the Godzilla rom and CM9.1.0 BobZ I have been experiencing horrible performance. My overclock is at 480 and 768 on InteractiveX. I cant even use Titanium because my phone will just freeze and reboot. I have the new screen with ZV5 baseband. I am using wifi. Also, when I am in the Playstore quite often it will just force close. I really want to be on ICS or JB, but I thought I should try ICS first.

    Does anybody have any suggstions for me? Does JB work better than ICS?
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    Default Re: Random Reboots With CM9

    yes it does, i have both phones.
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    Default Re: Random Reboots With CM9

    lower your oc to 480/600...
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    Default Re: Random Reboots With CM9

    Well jb is still wip so there is gonna be bugs. TDM's and BoBz cm9 roms are very stable remember not all phones are alike so your phone might not be able to take the abuse that another one can I'm on aokp @600/480 no rr but if I go higher it'll be OK for a lil bit then rr . After cm9 boots change to 480 set on boot the try messing with CPU go up a notch then turn on the cam and if it fc then that's to high and go one below

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    Default Random Reboots With CM9

    I will try those settings. Do you guys think this is an overclock issue or something else? I have a 1 gb ext2 partition if that matters
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    Default Re: Random Reboots With CM9

    Its usually the over-clock, it has something to do with the MMU in the kernel. If your looking for a stable ROM go for CM7.2, I wouldn't recommend using ICS if you want stability.

    If you wish to get away from Gingerbread, go with Jellybean it is a WIP, but it is a LOT more stable then ICS.

    Also, use Interactive, and not InteractiveX. Interactive is googles own CPU governor, so in the end it will work with the Kernel/ROM better.
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    Default Random Reboots With CM9

    So far it has been working pretty good on 480/600, but i have only installed a couple apps and texted a bit. I will look at Jelly Bean tomorrow, could it be usable as a daily?
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    Default Re: Random Reboots With CM9

    I think it can, it is missing some features, and there are HUGE bugs. But if you use your phone ...well as a phone then its good for a daily
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    Default Random Reboots With CM9

    Haha all I do us text and go on instagram. I could live without the other stuff, and I suppose I could go without ig if neccessary
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    Default Re: Random Reboots With CM9

    I have the same issue as OP on my Optimus S....I'm running VM670ZV5 firmware because of the new screen and the buttons (I hate the switch). I think the newer phones just have a lot of problems in general.

    Sent from my Optimus S running VM670ZV5 on MetroPCS.
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    Make your governor when you OC SavagedZen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TauSigmaNova View Post
    Make your governor when you OC SavagedZen.
    Did that.
    Still get reboots nd FCs now and then.
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    Default Re: Random Reboots With CM9

    is there ever gonna be a fix? do we just need drivers for our newer screens? i mean just cause the devs have old screens it seems like it isnt a priority. heck my thread formally asked and got 1 comment agreeing and the topic died.
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    I think they need newer base bands. This seems to be a problem with any phone with new screens. It even happens on my optimus m which also has the new screen.

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    Default Re: Random Reboots With CM9

    Has anyone ever tried to logcat a phone until it rebooted/froze???

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    Default Re: Random Reboots With CM9

    well there are other basebands and i would flash one if i knew it would fix it or have a really good chance to..
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    Default Re: Random Reboots With CM9

    Quote Originally Posted by nerdmastax View Post
    well there are other basebands and i would flash one if i knew it would fix it or have a really good chance to..
    I'm no expert, but I haven't seen anything convincing that makes me think baseband is involved with rr's. Wouldn't that just affect radio? Someone on CM10 said that they got increased stability by changing the I/O scheduler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nerdmastax View Post
    well there are other basebands and i would flash one if i knew it would fix it or have a really good chance to..
    ZV4 will not work because of new screen. Let me try optimus S ZVD when I can and see if that fixes anything at all...

    Sent from my Optimus S running VM670ZV5 on MetroPCS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flapjack.fiasco View Post
    I'm no expert, but I haven't seen anything convincing that makes me think baseband is involved with rr's. Wouldn't that just affect radio? Someone on CM10 said that they got increased stability by changing the I/O scheduler.

    Sent from my LG-VM670 using Tapatalk 2
    i tried using deadline and even wayy underclocking, ive flashed jb and ics close to 50 times apiece. (not exaggerating)........ on gb i can oc to 825. i have tried running the rom as it sits on the rack in my freezer to stay cool and it STILL reboots.

    all i know is older phones use the novatek screen, and new ones use hitachi i think. but seeing as this problem is consistent and not just random it seems like we should know what causes it, even if it cant be fixed. or that at least the info should be stickied on ics and jb roms that they are not compatible with newer optimus v's.
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    Default Re: Random Reboots With CM9

    Quote Originally Posted by nerdmastax View Post
    i tried using deadline and even wayy underclocking, ive flashed jb and ics close to 50 times apiece. (not exaggerating)........ on gb i can oc to 825. i have tried running the rom as it sits on the rack in my freezer to stay cool and it STILL reboots.

    all i know is older phones use the novatek screen, and new ones use hitachi i think. but seeing as this problem is consistent and not just random it seems like we should know what causes it, even if it cant be fixed. or that at least the info should be stickied on ics and jb roms that they are not compatible with newer optimus v's.
    It's been way too long since I took the a Linux system admin course, but I think you can use the grep command to ascertain hardware information. Maybe we can go through every component that it's possible to get information on, and see if there are any other differences between first and second generation OVs?

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    Default Re: Random Reboots With CM9

    i have both ready and primed if you figure out what i need to run.
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    My kids are almost asleep, I'll see what I can find once they are.

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    Looks like dmesg is the command to use, just have to figure out how exactly to use it.

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    Default Re: Random Reboots With CM9

    Hmmm, it seems like after a couple days, reboots go away...I didn't have a chance to flash anything.

    I might be speaking too soon though,but since yesterday, not a single reboot anywhere.

    Sent from my Optimus S running VM670ZV5 on MetroPCS.
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    Default Re: Random Reboots With CM9

    check your battery stats, it will show the uptime since last reboot, but if all it takes is a few days then that means weirder problems.
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