Nexus 4 - Rebooting phone results in blank screen until re-flashed

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Firefox OS
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critical
4 years ago
4 years ago

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(Reporter: JosiahOne, Unassigned)

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After installing B2G on my Nexus 4 and running it for a little while the Gaia UI eventually crashed resulting in me having to force-reboot the phone. However, after getting past the Google logo, nothing happens except for a black screen.

I used logcat during the boot-up process and things seemed to be going smoothly until:

Note: *thereWasAnIDHere* was not from the log, I replaced the SSID number for security reasons. Just know that is was some SSID code.

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I/wpa_supplicant(  637): wlan0: Trying to associate with SSID 'BrunerHome'
I/wpa_supplicant(  637): wlan0: Associated with *thereWasAnIDHere*
I/wpa_supplicant(  637): wlan0: CTRL-EVENT-DISCONNECTED bssid=*thereWasAnIDHere*reason=2
D/DHCP    (  180): failed to set prefixLength 0: Cannot assign requested address
I/wpa_supplicant(  637): wlan0: Trying to associate with SSID 'BrunerHome'
I/wpa_supplicant(  637): wlan0: Associated with *thereWasAnIDHere*
I/wpa_supplicant(  637): wlan0: WPA: Key negotiation completed with *thereWasAnIDHere* [PTK=CCMP GTK=TKIP]
I/wpa_supplicant(  637): wlan0: CTRL-EVENT-CONNECTED - Connection to *thereWasAnIDHere* completed (auth) [id=0 id_str=]
I/wpa_supplicant(  637): wlan0: WPA: Group rekeying completed with *thereWasAnIDHere* [GTK=TKIP]
D/NetUtils(  180): failed to remove default route for wlan0: No such process
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/GeckoConsole(  180): [JavaScript Error: "this.oncancel is not a function" {file: "app://system.gaiamobile.org/js/list_menu.js" line: 147}]
E/PowerHAL(  180): sync_thread: failed to send: No such file or directory
E/kickstart(  547): Wrote to /sys/power/wake_lock
E/kickstart(  547): Received file "/dev/block/platform/msm_sdcc.1/by-name/m9kefs1"
E/kickstart(  547): 786432 bytes transferred in 0.217s (3.45 MBps)
E/kickstart(  547): Successfully downloaded files from target 
E/kickstart(  547): Wrote to /sys/power/wake_unlock
E/kickstart(  547): Sahara protocol completed
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11 
E/qcom_sensors_hal(  180): hal_process_report_ind: Bad item quality: 11
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And so on and so fourth until I turn off my phone.
Also note that on very, very few occasions I can get it to start after many reboots...
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