我能够进入恢复模式和下载模式，我可以在安全模式下保持稳定 - 但是对应用程序有限。 我的问题是：
I left my Samsung Galaxy S1 charging overnight plugged into my computer (as I usually do) and when I came to use it in the morning, it was turned off (to my surprise). When I turned it on, it goes into a constant reboot cycle, where it turns on, gets to the home screen and then about half a minute after, just reboots itself again.
I am able to get into recovery mode and download mode and I can keep it stable in safe mode - but have limited access to apps. My questions are:
(a) does anyone know what would have caused this?
(b) what can I do to stop it?! without the obvious factory reset?
(c) I originally thought it was a battery problem but now that I can sustain it in recovery and safe mode, am I right in saying that the battery is fine and its most probably a software or app malfunction?
Does your sdcard have multiple partitions?
Most recoveries have built-in repair function to scan corruptions in sdcards which prevents your phone from booting properly, it is under Mount -> Repair if you are using CWM.
If it did not help, try removing your sdcard temporarily to check if it boots up properly. If it successfully boots then you need to reformat your sdcard, make sure to backup first.
As you stated you can go to safe mode fine, the conclusion is clear: One of your apps is causing this issue. If you can remember what you installed lately, immediately before the trouble started, that's the most likely candidate. You can use safe mode to uninstall this malfunctioning app -- that's what's safe mode is for.
To your a-b-c:
a) see above: a mal-functioning app is the most likely candidate.
b) again see above: boot to safe mode, and uninstall the evil-doer
c) yes, absolutely.