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Media Wakelock Draining Battery


Tuesday 15th of January 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
I installed Badass battery and saw that apps were using 89.8% of the battery usage. Out of that, 71.2% is "Media". There have been 4 wakelocks, which I presume is what is causing most of the battery drain I'm experiencing. It says Media includes Downloads, com.sec.android.providers.downloads, Downloads, DRM Protected Content Storage and Media Storage. Any suggestions for what is causing the wakelocks? I looked at the Downloads app and there is no data at all and no cache. Thanks for any suggestions!Jeanne
posted on: Samsung Galaxy S3
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System (sdcard) and Media processed draining battery and consuming a lot of CPU


Wednesday 14th of November 2012 / androidforums.com
This happens to me at least once per day. I feel the phone getting very hot near the bottom. Almost too hot to hold and it's in a case! I turn the phone on and it shows that my battery has drained like 13% in 40 minutes when the phone was supposed to be sleeping. When I look in GSam Battery Monitor it shows that the phone was actually held awake the whole time and that the battery was all consumed by the "System (sdcard)" and "Media" processes. Since I first noticed it, I've managed to catch it happening and use Elixir to view more detailed info about the process. Turns out it's the "Security Storage" process and it's definitely using the CPU to do something. The problem is, I have no clue what it's doing and why so I don't know how to prevent it. The included packages are com.android.providers.security, android, com.google.android.backup, com.android.providers.settings.I've attached some screenshots showing the info from GSam and Elixir for a specific time when it consumed 13% battery in 40 minutes when the screen was only on for 8 minutes but the phone
posted on: Samsung Galaxy S3
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Adobe Flash 10.1 Released to partners, content providers ready


Tuesday 22nd of June 2010 / androidheadlines.com
Adobe today announced that it has released Flash 10.1 to its mobile platform partners. This includes Android, BlackBerry, webOS, future versions of Windows Phone, LiMo, MeeGo and Symbian OS.Of course, we’ve been using Flash 10.1 in its beta form for a month now, on the early builds of Android 2.2. Flash 10.1 for Android will be made readily available as a free download once Froyo is released to the public. (Nope, still don’t know when that will be. Sorry.) Adobe does mention a slew of devices that it expects to get Froyo, including the Dell Streak, Google Nexus One, HTC Evo, HTC Desire, HTC Incredible, DROID by Motorola, Motorola Milestone and Samsung Galaxy S. Hardly a surprising list, indeed.What will you do once you have Flash? Check out the list of content providers Adobe already has lined up:AgencyNet, AKQA, Armor Games, Blitz, CNET.com, HBO, JustinTV, Kongregate, Mochi Media, Msnbc Digital Network, Turner, Nickelodeon, Odopod, Photobucket, RAIN, Roundarch, Sony Pictures, South Park Studios, USA Network, Viacom, Warner BrothersThat’s plenty of gaming and video
posted on: Android News
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Adobe releases Flash 10.1 to partners as content providers line up


Tuesday 22nd of June 2010 / androidcentral.com
Adobe today announced that it has released Flash 10.1 to its mobile platform partners. This includes Android, BlackBerry, webOS, future versions of Windows Phone, LiMo, MeeGo and Symbian OS. Of course, we've been using Flash 10.1 in its beta form for a month now, on the early builds of Android 2.2. Flash 10.1 for Android will be made readily available as a free download once Froyo is released to the public. (Nope, still don't know when that will be. Sorry.) Adobe does mention a slew of devices that it expects to get Froyo, including the Dell Streak, Google Nexus One, HTC Evo, HTC Desire, HTC Incredible, DROID by Motorola, Motorola Milestone and Samsung Galaxy S. Hardly a surprising list, indeed. What will you do once you have Flash? Check out the list of content providers Adobe already has lined up:AgencyNet, AKQA, Armor Games, Blitz, CNET.com, HBO, JustinTV, Kongregate, Mochi Media, Msnbc Digital Network, Turner, Nickelodeon, Odopod, Photobucket, RAIN, Roundarch, Sony Pictures, South Park Studios, USA Network, Viacom, Warner BrothersThat's plenty of gaming and video goodness to go
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ALERT! 2.2 FroYo Circus continues...FRG01B is Official get it here. - Page 108


Wednesday 18th of August 2010 / droidforums.net
Originally Posted by radsaq Originally Posted by KK6PDYeah, well the piece of CRAP software also unloaded the Camera.....No Calendar..No Camera...What the hell am I going to find missing next?????? SCREW VERIZON, GOOGLE, AND MOTOROLAIf you were using the Corporate Calendar app, all that data should now be visible in the normal Calendar app. Is your problem with the camera simply that the old icon you had on your home screen broken? If you go into the app drawer is there really no Camera application there? What happens if you long press on the physical camera button on the side of the phone?When I go into the Manage Application area, select ALL, when I get the Calenda App, it shows 0.00kb file size. There are several programs that also indicate 0.00kb file size, Cal Sync Adapter, CarHome Certificate Insaller, com.android.providers.app, com.android.providers.user, com.google.onetime.android.onetime, Contacts Sync Adapter, Email Policy, HTML Viewer, Market Updater, Media Container Service, Package Installer Pico TTS, Programming Menu, Voice Dialer, VPN Swevices all have 0.00kb fie size
posted on: Android News
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SD card getting filled up by albumthumbs. Anyone know why?


Tuesday 22nd of November 2011 / forums.androidcentral.com
While I was trying to update IHO to 1120 mirage version, I had a hard time trying to keep SD card cleaned up. For some reason, Android/Data/com.android.providers.media/albumthumbs were getting filled up with 9M files until the SD was completely full. Anyone know what is causing the generation of 9M size fake thumbnail files?
posted on: Android News
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Does anyone know anything about these apps: safe to disable?


Wednesday 21st of May 2014 / forums.androidcentral.com
Ive been wondering about these things since i got the phone: avrcpServiceSamsungcom.android.backupconfirmcom.android.sharedstorage(cuts off)com.samsung.app.playreadyiucom.samsung.inputeventappcom.sec.android.app.minimod(cuts off)com.sec.android.providers.dow(cuts off)CSCDRM protected content storag(cuts off)Google account managergoogle backup transportgoogle bookmark synccalender/contact sync (also google)google partner setupGoogle play services - is this needed for the store to work??Key chainMAPServicesamsungmarket feedback agentmedia storage (4.80mb, smaller than the actual amount of media i have stored on external SD card)OMACP -??OmaDrmPopupPackage Access helperpackage installerPopupuireceiverQuickviewSamsung account - what is this needed for?search apps providerSecPhoneShare appsSnsImageCacheTwDVFSAppTwLauncher (im assuming this is the default launcher? Maybe)TwWallpaper chooserWifi direct/Wifi sharing/Wifi sharing manager (will disabling any of these disable my ability to actually connect to a wifi network?)wssyncmlnps Can anyone tell me what any of these do?? I have found th
posted on: Android News
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