Crashing random rebooting


Jun 26, 2018
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Hi all ! i have this beaut of a device since christmas its 6gb global version, i have used it and enjoyed, have bootloader unlocked rooted and european rom since nearly day three after ive got the phone in my hands. on day ive decided to try out lineage os .. dont know why... however ever since ive got that flashed with gapps, i started getting random reboots and app crashes - any google, system, games and what not, i have tried global stable, went stock rom, then all the latest european roms nothing helps, formated data formatted catches and everything else but device is barely usefull with constant crashes and reboots anyone ever came across to something like this ?
 
Jun 26, 2018
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Hardware OK? If yes try recovery with adb and fastboot.
The guide lives here:
http://en.miui.com/thread-577349-1-1.html
Good luck!

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Hi thanks for reply, yeah thats the thing im suspecting faulty ram but there is no way to check that, what do you mean by recovery with adb and fastboot ? flashing recovery in fastboot ? ive done that many of times now, as i mentioned i went back to stock and all but so far nothing helps, strange thing is even after going back to stock and then flashing twrp my twrp settings stays as it was never deleted. i dont get that at all like theres bad partition that holds corupt data and i cant wipe it no matter what i do ;[
 
May 9, 2013
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There are about a dozen volumes mounted under android. Easy to forget one...
Code:
android:/ # df -h
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
rootfs 2.6G 6.0M 2.6G 1% /
tmpfs 2.7G 720K 2.7G 1% /dev
none 2.7G 0 2.7G 0% /sys/fs/cgroup
/dev/block/sde39 2.9G 2.3G 599M 80% /system
tmpfs 2.7G 0 2.7G 0% /mnt
/data/media 112G 73G 40G 65% /mnt/runtime/default/emulated
/dev/block/sda15 112G 73G 40G 65% /data
/dev/block/sde38 806M 892K 805M 1% /cust
/dev/block/sda12 27M 644K 27M 3% /persist
/dev/block/sda14 248M 248K 248M 1% /cache
/dev/block/sde32 12M 4.1M 7.6M 36% /dsp
/dev/block/sde35 192M 98M 94M 51% /firmware
/dev/block/sde26 1.0G 112K 1.0G 1% /bt_firmware
/dev/block/loop0 90M 2.1M 88M 3% /su
android:/ #
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Jun 26, 2018
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There are about a dozen volumes mounted under android. Easy to forget one...
Code:
android:/ # df -h
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
rootfs 2.6G 6.0M 2.6G 1% /
tmpfs 2.7G 720K 2.7G 1% /dev
none 2.7G 0 2.7G 0% /sys/fs/cgroup
/dev/block/sde39 2.9G 2.3G 599M 80% /system
tmpfs 2.7G 0 2.7G 0% /mnt
/data/media 112G 73G 40G 65% /mnt/runtime/default/emulated
/dev/block/sda15 112G 73G 40G 65% /data
/dev/block/sde38 806M 892K 805M 1% /cust
/dev/block/sda12 27M 644K 27M 3% /persist
/dev/block/sda14 248M 248K 248M 1% /cache
/dev/block/sde32 12M 4.1M 7.6M 36% /dsp
/dev/block/sde35 192M 98M 94M 51% /firmware
/dev/block/sde26 1.0G 112K 1.0G 1% /bt_firmware
/dev/block/loop0 90M 2.1M 88M 3% /su
android:/ #
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how can i format them all ? should i relock botloader ?