can u tell me what this log is ??

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  1. kevin kang macrumors newbie

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    i was using iphone 6 on 8.1.2 for about 1 weeks...

    yesterday i jailbreak my iphone with 'taig tool' and nothing was wrong, and all thing worked well..

    but, when i enter the 'diagnosis tab' , there r this log ...

    'reset counter, bug type : 115 , bootfailure : 1 '

    is it just software problem?? or hardware problem??

    i heard that bugtype 110 is actually hardware problem!! and i heard that some people saying 110 and 115 is happen spontaneously [/U](but not me!! and i didn't saw for example freezing or some other error symptom... just log!!)

    can u tell me in detail?? plz help me thanks : ))
     

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  2. T5BRICK macrumors 604

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    If you aren't having any trouble with your phone quit looking at your logs.
     
  3. kevin kang thread starter macrumors newbie

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    yes i know... but in my country, we have to use 2years!!
    so the first 30days if the phone is poor(faulty), we can change a new phone(not a refurbished), so i'm now carefully watching whether my phone might have a error :(
     
  4. EM2013 macrumors 65816

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  5. T5BRICK macrumors 604

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    It's pretty much the same here, except we only get 15 days to return the phone. Fortunately the 1 year warranty covers pretty much any hardware failure, and Apple will be happy to swap your phone out.
     
  6. kevin kang thread starter macrumors newbie

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    sorry to bother u ㅠㅠ it is just 2 reasons!! worried about my phone is faulty and just curious about this log...

    can i check myself what these log means?? i have a macbook air!!

    thanks

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    it's same... from now on i will use....

    but u know when we see this log my mind is uncomfortable..!!

    i'm just want to know what this log means and why this happen!!

    thanks :)
     
  7. cynics macrumors G4

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    ResetCounter = The phone rebooted.

    This could have been something that happened in the process of the JB or a manual reset you did. Either case this isn't anything to worry about, nor any other log in there.

    If you want to see another one to verify, reset the phone (hold lock + home button until you see the Apple logo). Let it reboot, you should see another ResetCounter log with todays date on it.

    Don't worry about it your phone is fine. Syncing with iTunes and sharing diagnostic data with Apple will clear the most of the log files there. Again though, don't worry about them you'll just make yourself paranoid over nothing.
     
  8. kevin kang thread starter macrumors newbie

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    oh thanks!! :)
    it is what i wanted to hear!!

    but, can i ask u one more question??
    in this log i have 'bootfailure' when i just pres home+sleep(hard reset) there is just reset log!! not boot failure log ㅠㅠ

    and when i searched this kind of bugtype : 115, there r many people whose iphone has bluescreen or red screen symptom :(

    is it not a hardware problem??
    thanks :)
     
  9. cynics macrumors G4

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    Sounds more like something that had to happen for the JB to work or something along those lines. Regardless its software related, not hardware. And a restore can always be done to fix the software related problems.

    You'll have a new phone a long time before your current phones hardware starts failing.
     
  10. Shadowbech macrumors 68040

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    No, your phone is not faulty and is just working. usually that reset counter comes up if you do a hard reset on your phone I believe and it is nothing to worry about. If your phone is working properly, don't worry about it and move on.
     
  11. JayLenochiniMac macrumors G5

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    How many more times are you going to post the same question, only to have us tell you there's nothing wrong with your phone?
     
  12. Applejuiced macrumors Westmere

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    Something is really wrong with your device.
    Those log entries are really bad and show some serious problems.
    You need to get rid off the phone immediately or risk shrapnel damages next time the phone crashes it will then self destruct in under 10 seconds. :eek:
     

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