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downloads over footage of iPhones
Here's a clip of cybersecurity expert Gary Miliefsky explaining how all of the top ten flashlight apps on the Google Play Store are malware over b-roll footage of iPhone users toggling the flashlight in Control Center. In fairness to the editor who put the package together, there probably isn't a whole lot of file footage of people opening random free flashlight apps on an Android phone.
The actual information in the clip is somewhat amusing (if you're an iPhone owner) or frightening (if you don't pay attention to the Android apps you're downloading). According to Miliefsky, a large number of flashlight apps on the Google Play Store are actually transmitting user data including address book entries and personal information to multiple endpoints in at least three different countries.
Half a billion devices have apparently downloaded the malicious software, which Miliefsky says can only be fully removed via a full factory reset. Whether these app developers are using the data for anything nefarious hasn't been determined but it's best to be on your guard when downloading apps, even from official sources like Google Play. Miliefsky's suggestion is to find a flashlight app with a very small file size since larger apps likely contain a large amount of malicious code, but for advice from a security expert that doesn't seem like a great way to be sure of an app's intentions
Try resetting your iphone.
Go into your settings on your iphone. Once you are in your settings in your iphone, click on general settings. Once you have done that, scroll all the way down to the bottom, and press reset. It will give you more options. First, try using the one that says "reset home screen layout". This may help if not.
Go back into your settings on your phone, Once you are in your settings in your phone, click on general settings. Once you have completed that, scroll all the way back to the bottom, click on reset. It will then again give you more options. Click on what should be the very first option which is, "Reset All Settings."
This should solve your problem.
Remove the offending apps. Make a backup of your phone. Restore the iPhone to factory settings and the restore your backup to the phone. If that doesn't work you may have a hardware issue. If apple doesn't help you can send it to iPhone
3GS Repair or do it yourself there is a guide
that shows you how to disassemble the phone at iPhone
Your issue seems same as you thinking. Because when the RAM unable to take the load it goes inactive. and the result comes rebooting. Your first try will be better to remove some big applications, those taken large space and using large of system memory while being start.
Try holding down the menu but and the power button.
This imediately shuts down your iphone.
just turn it back on and it should go back to normal.
unless it is a bug from jailbreaking your iphone.
if that then go to cydia or rock app or whereever you downloaded the last thing you downloaded and uninstall the app or program or theme etc..