Pandora rebooting iPhone

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Pandora keeps rebooting my iPhone 3G . it has happened twice . i click the app and boom Apple symbol comes up and iPhone is in reboot mode for like 20 secs. anyone having this problem?
 

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I had that happen to my Touch as well. I just shut down and rebooted my self and it seemed to fix it.
 

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Several apps are causing spontaneous reboots on launching them, or during using them. I've had this occur more than once with OmniFocus and Twitterific and others.

Think this is more a 2.0 firmware flakiness issue, rather than issue with individual apps ...
 

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Several apps are causing spontaneous reboots on launching them, or during using them. I've had this occur more than once with OmniFocus and Twitterific and others.

Think this is more a 2.0 firmware flakiness issue, rather than issue with individual apps ...
Well, in my experience the only times my iPhone has rebooted was when entering CERTAIN applications. So, we don't know if it's the app, 2.0 or both. But, the apps that are associated with rebooting seem to be ones that are video intensive (MLB), sound intensive (Pandora) or just UI intensive (reQall).
 

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Pandora gave me major trouble last night. So much I had to restore my phone, I believe I would stay clear of Pandora until it is fixed. :sick:
 

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i have been using Pandora heavily all day. I have had to reboot my phone 4 times to get Pandora to un-freeze itself. Even with this though, I LOVE this app. Hands down, one of the best.
 

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Well, in my experience the only times my iPhone has rebooted was when entering CERTAIN applications. So, we don't know if it's the app, 2.0 or both. But, the apps that are associated with rebooting seem to be ones that are video intensive (MLB), sound intensive (Pandora) or just UI intensive (reQall).
We don't know clear answers yet, and probably never will. But there are definitely apps that are not video or sound intensive (like OmniFocus and Twitterific) that are causing lots of people issues / crashes / reboots. And there are tons of web reports of general instablity, lagginess and latency on typing etc with this firmware.

My feeling is certainly that there OS-level problems here, not just a handful of badly behaving apps ...