N10 keeps rebooting

Des Morse

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This has just suddenly started happening on a random basis, & I've no idea why. Haven't changed any settings, have downloaded any upgrades or apps recently, battery is fully charged. Not rooted, just everything standard. N10 is just a year old, just out of warranty.
Any suggestions or help appreciated
 

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This has just suddenly started happening on a random basis, & I've no idea why. Haven't changed any settings, have downloaded any upgrades or apps recently, battery is fully charged. Not rooted, just everything standard. N10 is just a year old, just out of warranty.
Any suggestions or help appreciated

Wipe/clear your cache partition.
 

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Couldn't actually register how much cache I had. Found an app my grandson downloaded which wouldn't uninstall. Managed it eventually, was able to see & clear cache & seems OK since.
Go to settings, storage, press on cache then clear
 

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I've been having the same problem with my Nexus 10 that I just got for Christmas (meaning it's still pretty new). It's frustrating as all get out, but I've given the clear cache data suggestion a shot--will see if that helps. I do run several system cleaners pretty much daily, including Clean Master and Android Assistant, but despite that, it still reboots frequently, several times a day (or overnight) even when I'm not using it. Obviously there's stuff still going on in the background, but still. I'm having other issues too, which may well be related, but I'll address those in another thread just in case they aren't and to better focus on them.

I feel your pain :(

elaine
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Just an observation- some "system cleaners" and "task cleaners" and such will actually CAUSE an Android system to become unstable and/or crash. Generally they are not recommended and usually serve no valid purpose anymore.
 

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My rebooting returned. Took crxssi advice & removed "cleaner", been reboot free for 4 days now. Thanks

Glad it worked out for you. The days of needing "cleaners" and "memory managers" and the like are pretty much over. They don't do what they claim and often cause mysterious issues.
 

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