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I bought this tablet not long ago, and enjoy it very much! Since the 4.4.2 Kit Kat update, it crashes way too much with browsers I've used. It's very annoying being kicked off online so many times throughout the day or night. Browser's I've used are Google Chrome and Dolphin. I'm currently using Dolphin. Is there a way to stop this, or is it the update that causing the havoc? 

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I bought this tablet not long ago, and enjoy it very much! Since the 4.4.2 Kit Kat update, it crashes way too much with browsers I've used. It's very annoying being kicked off online so many times throughout the day or night. Browser's I've used are Google Chrome and Dolphin. I'm currently using Dolphin. Is there a way to stop this, or is it the update that causing the havoc? 

First obvious question, have  you performed a hard reset? Also, do you have the 16gb or the 32gb?

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Yes I did a hard reset and it still crashes and reboot itself. I have the 16gb. I read all over last night others have the same issues, and some never did with the 16gb. Bad batch maybe?

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My first thought is if there is an app that is not compatible with KitKat that could be causing your grief.  Has Dolphin received an update to make it 4.4 compatible yet?

 

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My first thought is if there is an app that is not compatible with KitKat that could be causing your grief.  Has Dolphin received an update to make it 4.4 compatible yet? Robert

Yes Dolphin is compatible with Kit Kat. I was having this same issue with Google Chrome also. It may be an app not compatible. How would i know which one it is? I was doing some Google searching about this issue, and seen a handful of things mentioning it may also be a widget that's causing crashing and rebooting issues.

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Crashing and rebooting a has stopped. I resolved this issue by doing another hard set, and selecting not to sync all Google apps from my S3 onto the tablet. As Robert mentioned, there may have been an app not compatible with Kit Kat that was causing the issue. Now I'm really enjoying it!!!

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