Kernel Panik Iphone 5

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  1. al.erind macrumors newbie

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    Hello,

    my iphone 5 started to reboot randomly. I thought it was a battery problem , but even after i changed it its still the same. Has this happened to anyone before? What is "Timeout waiting for NAND status" ??

    Below one of the reports:
    {"os_version":"iOS 7.1 (11D167)","bug_type":"110"}
    Incident Identifier: 6D6FDBB4-9AA8-4ACD-83E1-C61A912E4213
    CrashReporter Key: 939e35915f2e9e61ffd649b33ae4bab804e9b9de
    Hardware Model: iPhone5,2
    Date/Time: 2014-03-17 23:58:02.067 +0100
    OS Version: iOS 7.1 (11D167)

    panic(cpu 0 caller 0x92c719b1): "IOP panic: h2fmi_get_nand_status: WMR_PANIC: "Timeout waiting for NAND status: 0x00\n" drivers/apple/h2fmi/H2fmi_ppn.c:1910 "
    Debugger message: panic
    OS version: 11D167
    Kernel version: Darwin Kernel Version 14.0.0: Fri Feb 21 19:33:46 PST 2014; root:xnu-2423.10.67~1/RELEASE_ARM_S5L8950X
    Kernel slide: 0x0000000012000000
    Kernel text base: 0x92001000
    Boot : 0x53277398 0x00000000
    Sleep : 0x53277d07 0x00045c61
    Wake : 0x53277dcb 0x00000162
    Calendar: 0x53277dde 0x00095725

    Panicked task 0x80166c00: 23534 pages, 129 threads: pid 0: kernel_task
    panicked thread: 0x809bab60, backtrace: 0xddf2be90
    0x92119cd1
    0x9211a87f
    0x92004b55
    0x92c719b1
    0x92c70a8b
    0x922c0fc9
    0x920d0fcb
    0x9201e61c

    Task 0x80166c00: 23534 pages, 129 threads: pid 0: kernel_task
    Task 0x80166950: 358 pages, 3 threads: pid 1: launchd
    Task 0x801663f0: 1237 pages, 11 threads: pid 14: UserEventAgent
    Task 0x80166140: 1044 pages, 5 threads: pid 15: wifid
    Task 0x80165930: 541 pages, 3 threads: pid 18: timed
    Task 0x80165120: 723 pages, 5 threads: pid 21: mediaremoted
    Task 0x80164100: 221 pages, 2 threads: pid 27: softwareupdated
    Task 0x80163e50: 3388 pages, 16 threads: pid 28: backboardd
    Task 0x80163390: 548 pages, 4 threads: pid 32: mDNSResponder
    Task 0x801630e0: 12836 pages, 12 threads: pid 33: SpringBoard
    Task 0x80162b80: 401 pages, 3 threads: pid 35: softwarebehavior
    Task 0x801628d0: 908 pages, 3 threads: pid 36: assistantd
    Task 0x80162370: 922 pages, 7 threads: pid 38: aggregated
    Task 0x801618b0: 275 pages, 7 threads: pid 42: syslogd
    Task 0x80161600: 933 pages, 2 threads: pid 43: aosnotifyd
    Task 0x801610a0: 209 pages, 2 threads: pid 45: keybagd
    Task 0x80160b40: 346 pages, 2 threads: pid 47: powerd
    Task 0x8015fdd0: 1047 pages, 2 threads: pid 52: lockdownd
    Task 0x8015fb20: 2392 pages, 11 threads: pid 53: locationd
    Task 0x8015f5c0: 1213 pages, 4 threads: pid 55: identityservices
    Task 0x8015f310: 975 pages, 10 threads: pid 56: configd
    Task 0x8015f060: 773 pages, 2 threads: pid 57: imagent
    Task 0x8015eb00: 717 pages, 2 threads: pid 59: fairplayd.H2
    Task 0x8015e850: 474 pages, 2 threads: pid 60: vmd
    Task 0x8015e2f0: 1114 pages, 2 threads: pid 62: BTServer
    Task 0x8015e040: 547 pages, 2 threads: pid 63: installd
    Task 0x8015dd90: 312 pages, 4 threads: pid 64: fseventsd
     
  2. IpadSC400 macrumors 6502a

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    If your iPhone is waiting for a NAND response, chances are your Toshiba NAND chip integrated in the board needs a re flow or a replacement. If you want, I have a diagram that I can provide of the board.
     
  3. al.erind thread starter macrumors newbie

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    unfortunately i dont have any skills on opening the phone or soldering and stuff like that.

    If its something done by programming i can do it.

    For what is used by the phone the Toshiba NAND chip? Its like for the wireless or camera or smth else so I know to use it more rarely.
     
  4. Bacong macrumors 68000

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    NAND is the flash memory. So, it can't boot because it can't find the "disk". It's like trying to boot a PC with no hard drive.
     
  5. al.erind thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Actually it boots after 2-3 times and it works ok for some time. Its totally random or I havent figured it out till now why and when it restarts.

    Is the flash memory replacebale easy? in a phone service or do i have to go to apple store? My phone is our of warranty.
     
  6. Bacong macrumors 68000

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  7. al.erind thread starter macrumors newbie

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    What solutions do you suggest to me?
     
  8. Bacong macrumors 68000

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  9. IpadSC400 macrumors 6502a

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    There are a few things you can try. Is there water damage or nine?

    -Reheating the power IC. (Blow drier till phone is hot to touch, then put in freezer for 10 minutes or until cool)

    -If there was H20 contact, clean the battery connector with isopropyl alcohol or a fiber pen, make sure to get all of the small ic's around it. If no go, test the connector to see what isn't getting power. Inspect the connector with a fine toothed comb, make sure there are no cracks in the solder joints.

    -Check FL10 and/or FL11 near the battery connector see if they are missing or broken...sorry, I dont have a diagram, search on google itll have one

    -Inspect battery cable or battery itself for any damage, or replace the battery. (sounds like a power issue)

    -Lastly, to make sure it's not resistance between the back of the iPhone and the board, put a piece of paper between the two and see if it does anything better.

    It sounds like a power issue, probably physical damage, have you maligned with the internals of the unit recently? Good luck.
     
  10. al.erind thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Hello, I have done the proces for drying it up and it looks better now, it restarts less and now the only error in debug is the one below. It has been a while that the NAND error didnt show up.

    Does it mean anything to you guys?




    {"os_version":"iOS 7.1 (11D167)","bug_type":"110"}
    Incident Identifier: E6CE1CA3-C5E0-460A-9165-1D6D36D1889F
    CrashReporter Key: 939e35915f2e9e61ffd649b33ae4bab804e9b9de
    Hardware Model: iPhone5,2
    Date/Time: 2014-04-10 14:21:16.128 +0200
    OS Version: iOS 7.1 (11D167)

    panic(cpu 1 caller 0x996719b1): "IOP panic: fmiss_get_controller_status: WMR_PANIC: "Timeout reading controller status" drivers/apple/h2fmi/fmiss_ppn.c:1276 "
    Debugger message: panic
    OS version: 11D167
    Kernel version: Darwin Kernel Version 14.0.0: Fri Feb 21 19:33:46 PST 2014; root:xnu-2423.10.67~1/RELEASE_ARM_S5L8950X
    Kernel slide: 0x0000000018a00000
    Kernel text base: 0x98a01000
    Boot : 0x53458ec1 0x00000000
    Sleep : 0x53468c0c 0x000e4efe
    Wake : 0x53468c94 0x00000146
    Calendar: 0x53468ca3 0x000db13b

    Panicked task 0x80094c00: 19010 pages, 131 threads: pid 0: kernel_task
    panicked thread: 0x80fa8000, backtrace: 0x9863be90
    0x98b19cd1
    0x98b1a87f
    0x98a04b55
    0x996719b1
    0x99670a8b
    0x98cc0fc9
    0x98ad0fcb
    0x98a1e61c

    Task 0x80094c00: 19010 pages, 131 threads: pid 0: kernel_task
    Task 0x80094950: 306 pages, 3 threads: pid 1: launchd
    Task 0x800943f0: 1237 pages, 12 threads: pid 14: UserEventAgent
    Task 0x80094140: 1149 pages, 6 threads: pid 15: wifid
    Task 0x80093930: 581 pages, 3 threads: pid 18: timed
    Task 0x80093120: 735 pages, 4 threads: pid 21: mediaremoted
    Task 0x80092910: 503 pages, 2 threads: pid 24: iaptransportd
    Task 0x80092100: 248 pages, 2 threads: pid 27: softwareupdated
    Task 0x80091e50: 4210 pages, 15 threads: pid 28: backboardd
    Task 0x80091ba0: 1508 pages, 2 threads: pid 29: sharingd
    Task 0x80091390: 590 pages, 4 threads: pid 32: mDNSResponder
    Task 0x800910e0: 12399 pages, 10 threads: pid 33: SpringBoard
    Task 0x80090e30: 982 pages, 3 threads: pid 34: routined
    Task 0x80090b80: 433 pages, 2 threads: pid 35: softwarebehavior
    Task 0x800908d0: 970 pages, 3 threads: pid 36: assistantd
    Task 0x80090370: 997 pages, 7 threads: pid 38: aggregated
    Task 0x8008f8b0: 271 pages, 8 threads: pid 42: syslogd
    Task 0x8008f600: 934 pages, 2 threads: pid 43: aosnotifyd
    Task 0x8008f0a0: 227 pages, 3 threads: pid 45: keybagd
    Task 0x8008edf0: 2874 pages, 22 threads: pid 46: mediaserverd
    Task 0x8008eb40: 359 pages, 2 threads: pid 47: powerd
    Task 0x8008ddd0: 656 pages, 2 threads: pid 52: lockdownd
    Task 0x8008db20: 2397 pages, 8 threads: pid 53: locationd
    Task 0x8008d5c0: 967 pages, 4 threads: pid 55: identityservices
    Task 0x8008d310: 1031 pages, 11 threads: pid 56: configd
    Task 0x8008d060: 870 pages, 3 threads: pid 57: imagent
    Task 0x8008cb00: 939 pages, 3 threads: pid 59: fairplayd.H2
    Ta
     
  11. IpadSC400 macrumors 6502a

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    Bug type "110" isn't software, it's hardware.
     
  12. e.lee macrumors newbie

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    Got a replacement phone and still got the bug 110

    I was having problem with my battery and had my phone checked by Apple. The technicians took a look at the diagnostic data (which I didn't know existed). So when I got home I had a look at the data myself.

    I had no idea what bug 110 is and googled it and it brought me to this page. So from reading the posts here, it seems like the bug causes the phone to restart... well my phone does crashes once in a while and I thought that happens to everyone...

    Anyway, in the end I got a replacement phone, on the night I got my 'new' phone, after restoring from backup, I look on the diagnostic data, and the 1st report is the bug 110.

    I'm not techie at all, so just got a few questions:

    - Is this definitely a hardware issue?
    - Could it have been caused by any apps I use?
    - If my phone is running fine, is it something I can ignore?

    and btw, my phone is a iPhone 5s in Gold 64GB.

    Thanks guys.
     
  13. Shockwave78 macrumors 65816

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    Its been happening for months to my 64gb Verizon iphone 5 that i passed down to my son a year or so ago. The phone will just sporadically start rebooting, especially after a fresh install of the OS. The battery percentage always reads wrong when charging and will only show the correct percentage after rebooting.

    Took it to the apple store and they said it was the logic board, tons of non stop kernel panics also
     
  14. /dev/toaster macrumors 68020

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    It sounds like the hardware is failing ... get it replaced. Sure some of those tricks might buy you some time. But it going to fail soon and won't be recoverable when it does.
     

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