iPhone 5 Panic.Plist

Stotka

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Hi guys, today I changed my DNS server to overcome my country limitations for netflix and after a few minutes my iphone started restarting with horizontal black lines. I reset the network settings, still had the same problem. I am jailbroken, was jailbroken. Now I restored through DFU and while setting up the phone(set up as new) I got a panic.plist for itunescloudd and after that for backboardd. Since then it seems stable, but Im not getting my hopes up. Does anyone know whats happening?

I dont have an apple store or retailer here in Serbia. So get a genius appointment is not possible.

thanks
 

Armen

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Hi guys, today I changed my DNS server to overcome my country limitations for netflix and after a few minutes my iphone started restarting with horizontal black lines. I reset the network settings, still had the same problem. I am jailbroken, was jailbroken. Now I restored through DFU and while setting up the phone(set up as new) I got a panic.plist for itunescloudd and after that for backboardd. Since then it seems stable, but Im not getting my hopes up. Does anyone know whats happening?

I dont have an apple store or retailer here in Serbia. So get a genius appointment is not possible.

thanks
A lot of us were getting panics in iOS 7 Beta 1 through Beta 5. I've seen my fair share but the phone appears to be just fine after all that.
 
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Stotka

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Forgot to mention I'm on 7.0.4 never did betas. Did you also get the vertical black lines -> reboot?
After another restore I'm getting kernel_task panic.plist :(
 
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Stotka

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Tried that also. When I restore my battery indicator stays at 100% and no restarts, when i restart the phone manually it shows the true battery percentage but then I get the restarts again.

I really have no clue...
 
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Armen

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Tried that also. When I restore my battery indicator stays at 100% and no restarts, when i restart the phone manually it shows the true battery percentage but then I get the restarts again.

I really have no clue...
Try signing out of all your Apple accounts on the phone and log back in. (iCloud, iTunes, Appstore etc).
 
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