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Can any one tell me where is the issue?

Hi guys

My phone restarted it self every 180 seconda

I think it’s something about WIFI , here is the codes

{"bug_type":"210","timestamp":"2022-12-20 00:05:55.00 +0300","os_version": "iPhone OS 16.1.1

(20B101)","roots_installed":0,"incident_id":"E19C10C4-9891-49CD- BCE0-06093A0A9993"}

{ "build": "iPhone OS 16.1.1 (20B101)",

"product": "iPhone14,3", "socld": "0x00008110",

"kernel": "Darwin Kernel Version 22.1.0: Thu Oct 6 19:34:09 PDT 2022;

root:xnu-8792.42.7~1\/RELEASE_ARM64_T8110",

"incident": "E19C10C4-9891-49CD-BCE0-06093A0A9993", "crashReporterKey": "15cc34619b1174f3bc42d7e9a50d14a1ae3dc952",

"date": "2022-12-20 00:05:55.22 +0300",

"panicString": "panic (cpu 1 caller Oxfffffff02a15faa8): userspace watchdog timeout: no successful checkins from wifid in 180 seconds\nwifid has not exited since first loaded\nservice: backboardd, total successful checkins in 1523 seconds: 148, last successful checkin: 0 seconds ago\nservice: SpringBoard, total successful checkins in 1497 seconds: 146, last successful checkin: 0 seconds ago\nservice: mediaserverd, total successful checkins in 1523 seconds: 147, last successful checkin: 0 seconds ago\nservice: logd, total successful checkins in 1523 seconds: 131, last successful checkin: 170 seconds ago\nservice: thermal monitord, total successful checkins in

1523 seconds: 147, last successful checkin: 0 seconds ago\nservice: runningboardd,

total successful checkins in 1523 seconds: 142, last successful checkin: 0 seconds ago\nservice: wifid, total successful checkins in 1523 seconds: 130, last successful checkin: 180 seconds ago\nservice: configd, total successful checkins in 1523 seconds: 147, last successful checkin: 0 seconds ago\n\nDebugger message: panic\nMemory ID: 0x1\nOS release type: User\nOS version: 20B101\nKernel version: Darwin Kernel Version 22.1.0: Thu Oct 6 19:34:09 PDT 2022; root:xnu-8792.42.7~1\/

RELEASE_ARM64_T8110\nFileset Kernelcache UUID:

FF82607F3C61A56E84441A9E67F72C42\nKernel UUID: F3D9C52A-2586-37E9-

A7E3-007799DEFA1F\nBoot session UUID: E19C10C4-9891-49CD- BCE0-06093A0A9993\niBoot version: iBoot-8419.40.112\nsecure boot?: YES\nroots

installed: 0\nPaniclog version: 14\nKernelCache slide:

0x0000000021b00000\nKernelCache base: Oxfffffff028b04000\nKernel slide: 0x000000002277c000\nKernel text base: Oxfffffff029780000\nKernel text exec slide: 0x0000000022834000\nKernel text exec base: Oxfffffff029838000\nmach_absolute_time: 0x8849f2b18\nEpoch Time: info:\n Zone map: Oxffffffe009e78000 - 0xffffffe609e78000\n. VM : sec DATA: Oxffffffe4d6b40000 0xffffffe609e78000\n Metadata: Oxffffffe609e88000 - - O recently retired instr at Oxfffffff0299ba150\nCORE 1 recently retired instr at \nCORE 0: PC=0xfffffff0298b0584, LR=0xfffffff0298b0584,

usec\n Boot : 0x63a08e21 0x0007fdfd\n Sleep : 0x63a0d08d 0x0007cc2c\n Wake : 0x63a0d0d0 0x000493a4\n Calendar: 0x63a0d216 0x0005e7f6\n\nZone

Oxffffffe009e78000 - 0xffffffe0f04dc000\n. RO : Oxffffffe0f04dc000 - Oxffffffe13d1a8000\n. GENO: Oxffffffe13d1a8000- Oxffffffe22380c000\n . GEN1 :

Oxffffffe22380c000 0xffffffe309e70000\n. GEN2 : Oxffffffe309e70000 Oxffffffe3f04d8000\n . GEN3: Oxffffffe3f04d8000 - 0xffffffe4d6b40000\n

Oxffffffe60b688000\n Bitmaps: Oxffffffe60b688000 - 0xffffffe60d6a0000\n\nCORE

Oxfffffff0299b8c6c\nCORE 2 recently retired instr at Oxfffffff0299ba150\nCORE 3 recently retired instr at Oxfffffff0299ba150\nCORE 4 recently retired instr at

Oxfffffff0299ba150\nCORE 5 recently retired instr at Oxfffffff0299ba148\nTPIDRX_ELY = {1: Oxffffffe3f114a4e0 0: 0x0000000000000001 Oro: 0x000000016d22b0e0}

FP=0xffffffe7766bbf00\nCORE 1 is the one that panicked. Check the full backtrace for details.\nCORE 2: PC=0xfffffff0298b0584, LR=0xfffffff0298b0584,

FP=0xffffffee9d20ff00\nCORE 3: PC=0xfffffff0298b0584, LR=0xfffffff0298b0584, FP=0xffffffe776613f00\nCORE 4: PC=0xfffffff0298b0588, LR=0xfffffff0298b0584,

FP-Oxffffffee9d03ff00\nCORE 5. PC-0xfffffff0298b0588 LR=0xfffffff0298b0584

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Hi Redha,

You'll want to check out @flannelist's excellent Wiki article on iPhone Kernel Panics where they discuss your particular situation.

The upshot is that yours is most likely a strictly software issue and is probably not caused by a hardware problem. Probably. I see you're running iOS 16.1.1, so this passage would appear to be particularly relevant.

This issue has cropped up commonly in early versions of iOS 16. The solution is generally to ensure you have a backup and restore your phone's software.

The consensus here is that there's a good chance that updating your phone's operating system will fix the problem for you, so that would be the first thing to try. Give that a go and let us know what happens.

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