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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by TheBigKing, Jan 2, 2015.
Look the diagnosis any recommendations
The "jetsam" events are low memory warnings. Pretty normal
Your phone appears to be jailbroken. Start removing tweaks until the soft reboots go away.
Ok thanks for the info i search and i found that are some apps too that are not optimized for the 6+
T5 gave good advice. I don't think a non-optimized app would do that.
I have no knowledge of JBing. New here. But, if you flashed roms when you were on Android, you know soft reboots are not uncommon.
There were always some users that could never get a flash without issues while most were fine. Sometimes user error in flashing. Sometimes just very minor differences in the phones hardware. JBing may have similar issues.
For me, I am done with any type of phone hacking. Even though I seldom had an Android issue. This one just runs too well for me--
I'm not jailbroken and my logs are littered with jetsam events. They're low-memory events according to what I've read.
I also have a lot of jetsam events and I am not jail broken either.
I'm a big fan of jailbreaking (or at least was) but the idea of constraining the already heavily constrained RAM amount of iPhone 6/6 Plus with jailbreak tweaks etc is a bit crazy to me nowadays.
iOS 8.1.2 bug? Then
When I had 8.1 and below, I always got jetsam event issue logs, but after 8.1.1 I stopped getting them, even on 8.1.2.
I have a lot of these as well (pages and pages) and had about 3 reboots so far since my replacement iPhone 6 plus (128gb) due to the same problem. Is this something we should worry about (i.e. Get another replacement)?