Redmi note powers down with multi V37

Discussion in 'Xiaomi Redmi Note Pro WCDMA' started by cosmik, Nov 13, 2014.

  1. cosmik

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    This is a new Redmi Note WCDMA (octa-core @ 1.7), less than 1 month old. It was factory wiped, cache wiped, eMMC wiped from its English Chinese firmware, then the latest English Chinese stable JHDCNBH37.0 was installed.

    Then, I booted into this version, shutted down, factory-wiped, cache-wiped, eMMC wiped the phone again and booted up. Then I installed the multi-V37 from here. And a final shutdown, factory-wiped, cache-wiped, eMMC wipe.

    After boot, the phone had an operational multi-V37 from Xiaomi.eu, and things seemed fine. Until some days ago, when its owner reported a shutdown without a reason. This happened again yesterday (November 12th) and the phone did not power up.

    What might be the trouble here, any ideas? Could it be a hardware issue? Any ideas on how to troubleshoot this?
     
  2. mmmnnn111

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    Check the cover ..... Maybe its over heated
     
  3. cosmik

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    This happened both times when the phone was basically idle.
     
  4. lucifer

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    I am experiencing same thing here. Any idea what is happening??
     
  5. mmmnnn111

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    Try go to recovery ... And wipe cache and delvic cache
    Disable power saver after that
     
  6. cosmik

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    Do you have automatic battery profile switching in the security app?

    Is cache wiping needed? Isn't disabling the battery profile switching sufficent?
     
  7. mmmnnn111

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    If error stay try both
     
  8. Are you using two SIM? Try to use only one and let's see.

    I had similar problem with redmi 1s (solved after updating firmware).

    Good luck!
     
  9. cosmik

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    The user has 2 SIMs installed. After disabling the automatic battery profile switching function, the problem has not appeared again. I hope that that does the trick.
     

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