Core Dump Mode?

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 3' started by grnidkjun, Sep 8, 2011.

  1. grnidkjun

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    My D3 just flipped out for the first time.
    I pulled down my notification and I kept getting a half screen of black with the following text:

    bp paniced
    something here I can't remember.
    entering core dump mode

    I've not seen that before.
    I rebooted the phone and everything seems to be there.. any clue what it was?
     
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    Something apparently happened to the baseband processor. Probably a temporary and random issue. I've seen reports elsewhere of this error happening but no clear indication of why or any indication of it causing lasting problems.
     
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    From what I gather, it appears to be the equivalent of a Windows Blue Screen kernal dump. Info saved from a crash so it can be analyzed. I'm not all that familiar with linux, so someone else may have more info for you. I've never seen that though on any of my android phones, lol. Crazy! :blink:
     
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