It started after the 4.1.2 update, a factory data reset, and the Ubuntu exploit to get root back. It doesn't seem to cause a problem, but is annoying. I've tried various combinations of the wi-fi options to eliminate the message, but still get it daily.
I am getting the same message. I did a FDR after I updated to JB. I was thinking about doing another reset, but now I'm not sure if it will help.(Really dont want to). I will wait and see if anyone has an answer to this problem.
I agree but for other reasons... even two devices setup the same... I don't assume the cause of the original poster's issue to always be caused by the same cause even when it may very well be...
Said another way... The thread is about finding the cause of the issue that the OP stated and other posts should only be made to either support of or help fix the OP's issue. Another person experiencing the same error can be of use in saying what they've tried to fix their own problem... but the thread should be about helping the OP and not the other person since there may be more than one possible cause of an error.
So my last post was just to point out that there are two people posting about having the error... I suspect that OutOfPhase hadn't noticed that and had moved the post based on the second persons post and not the OP's.
Regardless of which thread we're in, I think I fixed the issue. After clearing cache in stock recovery and cleaning up the Dalvik cache in Titanium Backup (root), I haven't gotten the message again. Since it has happened to people rooted or not, I don't think root has anything to do with it. With all respect to Thom, I don't think simply rooting makes it really a different device.
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