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posted 2014-01-27 14:57:15 +0200

After two days of frequent shutdowns the only solution that stops the Jolla-suicides for me is to switch off any network-connections. Two things are noteworthy:

  • it seems to be related to unstable network-connections, be it 2G/3G (only happens when having a really low signal) or be it wifi (low singal here, too).

  • it must be caused by an update that I've installed last week (warehouse/webcat/1.0.2.5), because the Jolla didn't shutdown before and I live in an area with a pretty bad mobile network (Switzerland ;), so I was in areas with low/no signal before all the time.

This issue should be fixed ASAP as my Jolla is pretty useless right now. I will reset it to factory defaults these days, lets see if this helps.

After two days of frequent shutdowns the only solution that stops the Jolla-suicides for me is to switch off any network-connections. Two things are noteworthy:

  • it seems to be related to unstable network-connections, be it 2G/3G (only happens when having a really low signal) or be it wifi (low singal here, too).

  • it must be caused by an update that I've installed last week (warehouse/webcat/1.0.2.5), because the Jolla didn't shutdown before and I live in an area with a pretty bad mobile network (Switzerland ;), so I was in areas with low/no signal before all the time.

This issue should be fixed ASAP as my Jolla is pretty useless right now. I will reset it to factory defaults these days, lets see if this helps.

Update: I can crash my jolla by connecting to our wifi and walking out of the office. As soon as I reach the limit of our wireless-router it bricks the phone. Only solution is to take out the battery, it won't even restart without this.