Random Reboots

Welcome to our Community
Wanting to join the rest of our members? Feel free to sign up today.
Sign up

EverythingApple

Evangelist
Gold
Jul 28, 2010
3,862
224
63
North Jersey
#1
I'm jailbroken on 9.0.2 and within the last month, maybe more, my phone randomly reboots after trying to open random apps. Sometimes the apps open and crash and don't reopen until I do a manual reboot. This sounds like a tweak issue. Any suggestions? Should I post my tweak list? Thanks in advance.
 

EverythingApple

Evangelist
Gold
Jul 28, 2010
3,862
224
63
North Jersey
#3
Post a tweak list. Also, open Cydia and take a look at your installed tweaks sorted by Recent.
Packages
7-zip (POSIX)
- 4.57-3p
Action Menu - 1.3.0
Action Menu Plus Pack - 1.3.0
Activator - 1.9.8~beta8
Alkaline - 1.3
Almpoum - 1.3-34
AlwaysFirstSwipe - 1.5
Anemone and Iconomatic Effects - 1.2
AppInfo - 1.6.2
AppList - 1.5.11
APT 0.6 Transitional - 1:0-23
APT 0.7 (apt-key) - 0.7.25.3-3
APT 0.7 Strict - 0.7.25.3-8
APT 0.7 Strict (lib) - 0.7.25.3-14
AskBeforeCalling - 1.0.0~beta3
Base Structure - 1-4
basic-cmds - 48-2p
Berkeley DB - 4.6.21-5
betterFiveIconDock - 1.0.4
BigBoss Icon Set - 1.0
Bluetooth Devices Renamer - 1.1
Bluetooth Name in Settings - 1.1
BootLogo Minions - 1.0
Bourne-Again SHell - 4.0.44-15
bzip2 - 1.0.5-7
CCSettings for iOS 8/9 - 0.0.7-8
CellularUsageOrder - 1.2-2
Cephei - 1.8~beta1
CleanShot - 0.0.3-1
Core Utilities - 8.12-12p
Core Utilities (/bin) - 8.12-9
CrashReporter - 1.13.0-1
Cydia Installer - 1.1.26
Cydia Substrate - 0.9.6110
Cydia Translations - 1.1.12
Darwin Tools - 1-5
Date In Statusbar - 0.9.1-2
Debian Packager - 1.14.25-9
Debian Utilities - 3.3.3ubuntu1-1p
DeleteForever - 0.0.1-57
DetailedBatteryUsage - 1.1.1
Diff Utilities - 2.8.1-6
diskdev-cmds - 421.7-4
EffacePad - 1.0
Erica Utilities - 1:0.4.2
Ezra2 - 9.0.1
f.lux - 0.9986
FaceDown - 1.1
file-cmds - 220.7-3
Find Utilities - 4.2.33-7
Flipswitch - 1.0.11~beta3
FolderEnhancer (iOS 7/8/9) - 2.8.0.1
Gawk - 3.1.6-2p
GNU Privacy Guard - 1.4.8-4
GoogleSearchActionMenu - 1.0-2
grep - 2.5.4-3
gzip - 1.6-7
HideMeX (iOS 9) - 1.0.5
iCleaner Pro - 7.5.1
Icon Renamer - 1.2.5
IconArt - 1.3
IconOmatic - 1.5
IconSupport - 1.9.4-4
iFile - 2.2.0-1
Instagram ++ - 1.6r-4
InstaTools - 1.2.4-1
IOKit Tools - 76-4p
iOS Firmware - 9.0.2
iPhone Firmware (/sbin) - 0-1
Jetslammed - 1.0
libcolorpicker - 1.4-2
libcrashreport - 1.1.0-1
libpackageinfo - 1.1.0.1-1
libstatusbar - 1:0.9.9.0-1
libsw - 1.0-18
libsymbolicate - 1.9.0-1
LightningBattery - 1.0
Link Identity Editor - 1:1.2.1
LockPredict - 1.0-3
LowPowerModeStatusBar - 0.0.1
LZMA Utils - 4.32.7-5
MapsOpener - 1.5.6
Message Id - 1.2.2
Minimal HUD - 1.2-1
MuteIcon - 1.4.1.1-2
Network Commands - 307.0.1-7
New Curses - 5.7-15
NoAppStoreRedirect - 1.0-1
NoNoNotifications7 - 1.0
OneTapClear - 1.2-1
Opener - 3.0.1
OpenSSL - 0.9.8zg-13
Package Update Notifier - 1.1.3
PAM (Apple) - 32.1-4
PAM Modules - 36.1-5
Pangu 9.0.x Untether - 1.2
Patcyh - 1.1.2
pcre - 8.30-6
pincrush - 0.9.2-1
PkgBackup - 8.4.6
PreferenceLoader - 2.2.4~alpha1
Profile Directory - 0-2
readline - 6.0-8
RocketBootstrap - 1.0.4
SaveGram - 1.5.3-1
sbutils - 1.0.2-1
sed - 4.1.5-7
SendDelay - 1.3-36
shell-cmds - 118-7
Shortcuts - 0.0.1-233
ShowAllChanges - 2.1
ShowAllCydiaUpdates - 1.0.2-1
Speed Intensifier - 9.0-3
Springtomize 3 (iOS 9/8/7) - 1.4.0-4
Substrate Safe Mode - 0.9.5000
Sudo - 1.6.9p12-4p
Swipe Home - 1.0.4
system-cmds - 433.8-14
SystemSoundDisabler - 1.2.1-2
Tactful - 1.2-1
Tape Archive - 1.19-8
TapTapFlip - 1.2
TechSupport Framework - 1.5.0.1-1
TinyBar - 0.1.4-2
TypeStatus 2 (iOS 7 – 9) - 2.1~beta2
uasharedtools - 1.1r-93
UIKit Tools - 1.1.11
UnlockVol - 1.0-4
unrar - 3.6.8-2p
unzip - 5.52-5p
WiFi Passwords - 2.0.3
WinterBoard - 0.9.3919
WizLib - 1.3-2
Zeppelin - 2.1.0-12
Zeppelin Mega Pack - 1.0-2
Zeppelin Requests 1 {citric} - 1.2
Zeppelin Requests 2 {citric} - 1.2
Zeppelin Requests 3 {citric} - 1.0
zip - 2.32-5p
 
Dec 15, 2008
5,386
340
83
27
Pensacola, FL
#4
Packages
7-zip (POSIX)
- 4.57-3p
Action Menu - 1.3.0
Action Menu Plus Pack - 1.3.0
The only two that I question are SendDelay and FaceDown. The reason I question the first one is you told me that the messages app sometimes causes your phone to randomly reboot when you first open it. As for FaceDown, I don't see how this could cause reboots. I can't recall if I was having reboots when I had this, but the reason I got rid of it was it was causing my iPhone screen to turn off every time I was getting a phone call when my phone was in my pocket, meaning the vibration would stop and I would think it was just a text message or something, therefore miss the call.

I have some of the other stuff you have installed as well. I once had my phone randomly reboot. All I did was look through my list of installed stuff and see if there was anything there I never used. I don't know if anything specific caused the random reboots, but I don't get them anymore. Actually, I take that back. I had a random reboot 2 days ago. But besides that, none for quite a while. Before, it would happen daily as it is for you.
 

Napoleon PhoneApart

Moderator
Senior Moderator
Jun 19, 2007
33,438
4,531
113
Upper Marlboro, MD
#12
But I posted screenshots. Any idea what my culprit(s) is(are)?
Not really. I'd just try uninstalling some of your most recent tweaks to see if that stops the random reboots. Not a very elegant solution, I admit, but it may be worth taking the time to try. No one here really has any idea of which tweaks conflict with other tweaks, but sometimes the brute force method is the best way to find a possible solution.
 

Europa

Moderator
Senior Moderator
Dec 12, 2008
28,365
5,505
113
Utah
#13
Use iFile to backup and delete /var/mobile/Library/Caches/com.apple.LaunchServices- 134.csstore. The last three digits might be different from mine. Do a full reboot after deleting the file. Some of your apps and photos will temporarily disappear after the reboot, but don't worry about this. They will reappear a few seconds later.
 

EverythingApple

Evangelist
Gold
Jul 28, 2010
3,862
224
63
North Jersey
#14
Use iFile to backup and delete /var/mobile/Library/Caches/com.apple.LaunchServices- 134.csstore. The last three digits might be different from mine. Do a full reboot after deleting the file. Some of your apps and photos will temporarily disappear after the reboot, but don't worry about this. They will reappear a few seconds later.
I can't find that file.
 

EverythingApple

Evangelist
Gold
Jul 28, 2010
3,862
224
63
North Jersey
#17
Use iFile to backup and delete /var/mobile/Library/Caches/com.apple.LaunchServices- 134.csstore. The last three digits might be different from mine. Do a full reboot after deleting the file. Some of your apps and photos will temporarily disappear after the reboot, but don't worry about this. They will reappear a few seconds later.
How do I use iFile to backup?
 
Dec 15, 2008
5,386
340
83
27
Pensacola, FL
#19
I just had my iPhone randomly reboot in an app. This hasn't happened in quite a while. I'm not blaming it on anything jailbreak related though. It's hard to say, especially since it used to happen a lot; now it only happens once in a blue moon. :p