iOS 6.0 low memory crash

Discussion in 'iOS 6' started by max5peru, Sep 18, 2012.

  1. max5peru, Sep 18, 2012
    Last edited: Sep 19, 2012

    max5peru macrumors member

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    #1
    Hey! I updated my iPhone 4S 32GB with the GM iOS 6 last week. It was working fine until I updated some apple apps last night such as itunesU (or something related to eduaction) and the podcast apps. This morning the iPhone was working fine but when I was listening to some music, the music app closes itself. I got the same issue when I was using safari, echofon, mail app, etc.
    I was concerned because I got the same issue when I download the beta 1 version sometime ago so I check the usage tab and discover a lot of low memory logs created while I was sleeping and this morning...
    I'll try to restore the iphone so I can use the iOS 5.1. again and I'll evaluate to update to iOS 6.0 tomorrow...
    Is anyone else having the same issue?
    What would you recommend?
    Thanks!
    Greetings from Peru,

    Max
     

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  2. Richardgm macrumors 6502a

    Richardgm

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    #2
    Those logs are the most prevalent entries in my Disgnostic & Usage.

    This was the case with iOS 5, and is still the same with iOS 6.

    I'm surprised that Apple hasn't significantly upgraded the available RAM (with iP5) because I'm sure they see millions of these entries per day which result in crashes.
     
  3. dreamover macrumors newbie

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    #3
    you couldn't wait a few days for official release?
     
  4. max5peru thread starter macrumors member

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    #4
    I though that the GM version was the final release, thats why I updated the iPhone.
    Havent worked all the morning trying to find a solution to my phone!
    Driving home now to get my laptop and restore the phone later... cant live without a working iphone!
    GEEK!
    hahaha,




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    Incident Identifier: 5F9392E4-70CC-48C0-8281-A05FA7AC3EF2
    CrashReporter Key: 6f9c9fc2ee580abae20447c3de22699de6409350
    Hardware Model: iPhone4,1
    OS Version: iPhone OS 6.0 (10A403)
    Kernel Version: Darwin Kernel Version 13.0.0: Sun Aug 19 00:28:05 PDT 2012; root:xnu-2107.2.33~4/RELEASE_ARM_S5L8940X
    Date: 2012-09-18 11:47:00 -0500
    Time since snapshot: 6027 ms

    Free pages: 998
    Active pages: 5394
    Inactive pages: 2762
    Throttled pages: 99881
    Purgeable pages: 17
    Wired pages: 19189
    Largest process: dataaccessd

    Processes
    Name <UUID> rpages recent_max [reason] (state)

    networkd_privile <f8858e6f66af39ab8ce8f105cfa6872f> 159 159 [vm] (daemon) (idle)
    talkmeim <c669fd86d2e23b7e8b1d8a6a245a0fe3> 500 500 [vm] (resume)
    MobileMail <bff817c61ce33c85a43ea9a6c98c29f5> 346 346 [vm] (suspending) (continuous)
    tccd <eb5ddcf533663f8d987d67cae6a4c4ea> 210 210 [vm] (daemon)
    ptpd <04a56fce67053c57a7979aeea8e5a7ea> 901 901 [vm] (daemon)
    aosnotifyd <d4d14f2914c3343796e447cfef3e6542> 473 473 [vm] (daemon)
    syslogd <cbef142fa0a839f0885afb693fb169c3> 155 155 [vm] (daemon)
    dataaccessd <2a3f6a518f3f3646bf35eddd36f25005> 86524 86524 [vm] (daemon)
    mediaserverd <80657170daca32c9b8f3a6b1faac43a2> 729 729 [vm] (daemon)
    locationd <892cd1c9ffa43c99a82dba197be5f09e> 824 824 [vm] (daemon)
    wifid <9472b090746237998cdbb9b34f090d0c> 332 332 (daemon)
    iaptransportd <f784f30dc09d32078d87b450e8113ef6> 262 262 (daemon)
    SpringBoard <27372aae101f3bbc87804edc10314af3> 4850 4850
    backboardd <5037235f295b33eda98eb5c72c098858> 4588 4588 (daemon)
    UserEventAgent <6edfd8d8dba23187b05772dcdfc94f90> 526 526 (daemon)
    sandboxd <3e5e9036b0dd3d54901e802c12d727fa> 228 228 (daemon)
    syncdefaultsd <991361b1e471398499afeeb750d132f1> 489 489 (daemon)
    securityd <dafed6d6d9843902a4a215ae04b0b530> 272 272 (daemon)
    mediaremoted <4ff39c50c684302492e396ace813cb25> 316 316 (daemon)
    SCHelper <2cb7ad29b9873115857da94ca4666547> 142 142 (daemon)
    accountsd <ac0fce15c1a2350d951efc498d521ac7> 720 720 (daemon)
    filecoordination <fbab576f37a63b56a1039153fc1aa7d8> 178 178 (daemon)
    distnoted <a89af76ec8633ac2bbe99bc2b7964bb0> 129 129 (daemon)
    apsd <94d8051dd5f5362f82d775bc279ae608> 382 382 (daemon)
    networkd <0032f46009f53a6c80973fe153d1a588> 229 229 (daemon)
    aggregated <8c3c991dc4153bc38aee1e841864d088> 99 99 (daemon)
    BTServer <c92fbd7488e63be99ec9dbd05824f5e5> 360 360 (daemon)
    mDNSResponder <3e557693f3073697a58da6d27a827d97> 295 295 (daemon)
    lockdownd <ba1358c7a8003f1b91af7d5f58dd5bbe> 215 215 (daemon)
    powerd <2d2ffed5e69638aeba1b92ef124ed861> 147 147 (daemon)
    configd <4245d73a9e96360399452cf6b8671844> 440 440 (daemon)
    fairplayd.N94 <7bd896bd00783a48906090d05cf1c86a> 162 162 (daemon)
    fseventsd <996cc4ca03793184aea8d781b55bce08> 255 255 (daemon)
    imagent <1e68080947be352590ce96b7a1d07b2f> 435 435 (daemon)
    CommCenter <1f425e1e897d32e8864fdd8eeaa803a8> 926 926 (daemon)
    notifyd <51c0e03da8a93ac8a595442fcaac531f> 185 185 (daemon)
    ReportCrash <8c32f231b2ed360bb151b2563bcaa363> 317 317 (daemon)

    **End**
     
  5. nutmac macrumors 68040

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    #5
    Running out of memory is entirely normal. That said, restarting a phone (or force quitting apps) should solve the issue. If not, the issue could be corrupt app and/or app data.

    iPhone 5 has 1GB RAM (up from 512MB in iPhone 4S).
     
  6. Richardgm macrumors 6502a

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    #6
    So I read. I hope that alleviates the background crashing. :cool:
     
  7. max5peru thread starter macrumors member

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    #7
    Its happening even when I close all the apps and after a hard reset.
    I guess that is related to some app I update last night.... i'm going back to iOS 5.1 for today and wait for the official ios 6.0 when goes public. I dont know if the iOS 6.0 GM is safe or not.....

     

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