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On Sun, 12 May 2013, ubuntugirl wrote: Hi, >> Is it the cell re-selection procedure? >> >> Terminals periodically scan for surrounding cells in order to switch >> if they see a better one. > > OK, I guess I can see that a phone has no way of knowing that it is > stationary, so it has to execute that periodic procedure "just in > case". > [...] you can set "no neighbour-measurement". This would turn the re-selection off. I have identified the neighbour-measurement as one of the reasons, why my phone is crashing from time to time. I think that is because of the burst-data sent from layer1 to layer23 over serial and somehow is not completely flow-controled: kernel: [900845.794906] ttyS7: 1 input overrun(s) These messages don't disappear, but are more seldom, since the data between the layers is reduced. So my advice at the moment is to disable neighbour-measurement, when using the phone stationary. Cheers Tim