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posted 2014-04-02 20:39:05 +0300

impedance problem/random reboots&shutdowns

There seems to be a problem with random shutdowns and reboots and especially in areas with poor reception.

Here's the remedy:

Put some paper or whatever (I used used cleaning cloths wrapping (aluminium inside) to mend it) between the BOTTOM of your battery and your Jolla. This is a very tight space, so don't break your Jolla when squeezing your battery back. This makes the contact tighter between your battery and your Jolla, hence making the impedance lower and your phone more stable.

impedance problem/random reboots&shutdowns

There seems to be a problem with random shutdowns and reboots and especially in areas with poor reception.

Here's the remedy:

Put some paper or whatever (I used used cleaning cloths wrapping (aluminium inside) to mend it) between the BOTTOM of your battery and your Jolla. This is a very tight space, so don't break your Jolla when squeezing your battery back. This makes the contact tighter between your battery and your Jolla, hence making the impedance lower and your phone more stable.

impedance problem/random reboots&shutdowns

There seems to be a problem with random shutdowns and reboots and especially in areas with poor reception.

Here's the remedy:

Put some paper or whatever (I used used cleaning cloths wrapping (aluminium inside) to mend it) between the BOTTOM of your battery and your Jolla. This is a very tight space, so don't break your Jolla when squeezing your battery back. This makes the contact tighter between your battery and your Jolla, hence making the impedance lower and your phone more stable.

impedance problem/random reboots&shutdownsWiki: Battery. Random reboots & shutdowns. Cause (impedance problem) and solution

There seems to be a problem with random shutdowns and reboots and especially in areas with poor reception.

Here's the remedy:

Put some paper or whatever (I used used cleaning cloths wrapping (aluminium inside) to mend it) between the BOTTOM of your battery and your Jolla. This is a very tight space, so don't break your Jolla when squeezing your battery back. This makes the contact tighter between your battery and your Jolla, hence making the impedance lower and your phone more stable.