Factory data reset Restarting...
has appeared, and immediately subsequently, the recovery screen, where
Android Recovery Fairphone/FP4eea/FP4 11/RKQ1.210503.001/FP44 user/release-keys Use volume up/down and power. Cannot load Android system. Your data may be corrupt. If you continue to get this message, you may need to perform a factory reset and erase all user data stored on this device. Try again Factory data reset
is stated has appeared when I have booted my phone. Before this occurs, the phone vibrates many times at regular intervals.
If I invoke “Try again”, the phone successfully reboots to Android with all of my applications installed, although Android acts as if this is the 1st time that I have utilized it, because the Google setup notification appears.
This occurred 3 times consecutively, approximately 2 minutes previously. It appears to occur when my notifications appear. This is consistent with other problems that I have faced when notifications appear: they slow my phone almost to a halt, even with 2 GiB of RAM spare.
Nothing on my smartphone should cause this: I am not rooted, and this is stock firmware. Merely my bootloader is unlocked. I suspect that the default ROM of this smartphone possess a bug relevant to notifications that causes it immense problems.
This is unacceptable, if not any fault of mine, not least because I need this; I join the army in a few days.
Coincidentally, the NFC service has begun to crash almost at the exact same time that this has commenced.