General :: System Process Mediaserver - Very Load CPU

Jan 3, 2012

I have device Acer Liquid E , ROM MIUI 1.12.23.

When i listen music (no matter what player is used) system proccess Mediaserver very load CPU, so drain battery (see screenshot) This manifested itself in either the firmware from the 2.2 Android

General :: system process mediaserver  - very load CPU


Android :: Loading Native Libraries - System Load - Dlopen - Nexus One After FRG83 System Update

Nov 17, 2010

I am an Android app developer, and I have purchased a Nexus One device which I use to continuously test my developed Android applications.

Background: ----------------- One of the applications I developed uses a native shared library (e.g. Only my application loads & uses this native library. I had developed this app before Android NDK came out. I pack my native library into my apk's 'assets' folder, and during my application start- up, I extract this native library from my package's assets folder to my app private directory (i.e. <assets> -> /data/data/<myappprocess>/ Then I use System.load() API in my application to dynamically load this native library.

Problem: ------------ This application was developed during Android 1.5 (i.e. cupcake) days {I didn't have the Nexus One then}. The above procedure has been working without any problems right from Android 1.5 to Android 2.2 (i.e. Froyo). I have also tested the same on my Nexus One for Android 2.1 (i.e. Eclair) and Android 2.2.

The problem began the moment I recently upgraded my Nexus One to Android 2.2.1 via the FRG83 system update. Now, whenever I try to load my native library, I get the following error:

D/dalvikvm( 3653): Trying to load lib /data/data/<myappprocess>/ <mynativelib>.so <some address> I/dalvikvm( 3653): Unable to dlopen(/data/data/<myappprocess>/ <mynativelib>.so): Cannot load library: link_image[1995]: failed to link <mynativelib>.so

What I have Tried: -------------------------- 1. I tried my application using Android 2.2 SDK (emulator) works, no issues. 2. I checked out the latest froyo & android2.2.1 source code from Android open-source, built & tested my application + native lib using the latest froyo built & ran, no issues. This should've taken care of any changes in the native code dependencies between Android 2.2 & Android 2.2.1 3. I even checked Android 2.2.1 source code for dalvik (java System & Runtime classes) + bionic (linker & dlopen sources) between Android 2.2 & Android 2.2.1 (using source checked out from Android open-source), but couldn't find anything consequential 4. I am unable to return my Nexus One to Android 2.2.

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Mar 17, 2012

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then my phone while rebooting has appeared an error "process system is not responding,force close or wait"

My phone couldn't display to main screen. I also not be installed RUU ( relocked bootloader),always error...

I'm using Htc explorer.

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It happens every few seconds and keeps the tablet awake constantly. The battery is in a huge drain.

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Even when I completely mute the device's sound - Strange, because no sound is playing but the Mediaserver still eats up my battery. I wonder if this issue is caused by my Xperia somehow still using CPU for audio playback despite the audio is muted. is there a way to reduce or prevent this and improve my gaming battery life?

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Nov 26, 2009

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Both activities share some static data like:

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Sep 23, 2010

Never had time to really get to understand my branded HTC Desire, bought in Hong Kong but serial numbered for Spain. The first time I connected to wifi I got advised an update was available and tried to get it (Android 2.2). It didn't load properly. I got a "process system is not responding" message, no wifi, no phone and constant rebooting every 5 minutes. Have contacted HTC, removed SIM and SD, done soft and hard resets, all to no avail. From forums like this I know this isn't rare. HTC Spain suggest I send the phone to them, but as I'm in Australia, I'm a little fearful of expense. Is there anything else I can do? Is putting the update on a SD card likely to work when the phone has such limited functionality at present? If I do send it to HTC or otherwise fix it, should I avoid installing updates in future?

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May 25, 2009

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Jan 25, 2010

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Is there any way I can debug why the system is not killing my process.

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Oct 15, 2010

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HD1. was my SD card
HD2 ... was my internal 8gb

Now, same thing happens, but

HD1. i can load no problem (SD CARD)
HD2, click on and it says "must format"

What gives? my phone can still see all my pictures/music from the internal memory though.

BTW i am running CyanogenMod

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I would like to write simple task manager, just list of all process and button which will kill some of them.

Could you just write some Java methods which I can call in order to get list of process, and method for killing them. Or just give me some advices.

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May 13, 2010

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I have stopped all services, all application, etc. forcefully even then it keeps on displaying. Can anyone help me how to disable showing such information ?

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Sep 10, 2010

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Aug 11, 2010

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Oct 2, 2009

I have just bought an HTC magic which had a copy of the co-pilot app on the SD card. I have installed the app but when I try to run it it comes up with the co-pilot screen but says "Invalid Library CoPilots code cannot be loaded by the system"

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Jan 13, 2010

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Dec 1, 2010

After noticing my battery was draining quickly, and then after reading this thread, I installed Android System Info to see what was draining my battery so fast. I notice that whenever I would turn on WiFi, the phone will never go to sleep , regardless of what I set the WiFi sleep policy to. After turning off WiFi, the battery still drains heavily.

The WiFi will shut off after 15mins (if you set it to "When screen turns off" or "never when plugged in"). However it seems to keep the CPU on causing it to drain down the battery.

It would seem that whenever WiFi is enabled, the Android system process creates a partial wakelock that does not go away even if you turn off WiFi. The only way to resolve this is by powering off or rebooting the phone.

You can verify this in Android System Info by going into Battery-History-Other Usage-Partial Wake usage to see how much time the "Android System" process holding a partial wake.

I even did a factory reset on the device; and it is still happening so it doesn't appear to be any app that caused the issue. As I said, it works fine as long as I don't enable WiFi.

I already know of two users having this issue, but I'm wondering if folks having battery problems are going through this as well. Is anyone else having similar issues after using WiFi? I'm hoping someone will be able to identify what exactly is putting the wakelock on and we'll be able to find a fix for it. Other than not using WiFi at all or rebooting the phone after using Wifi.

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Jul 11, 2012

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Which content will cwm backup?(include kernel?)

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Samsung Fascinate :: Random Process Has Stopped Unexpectedly

Sep 11, 2010

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Android :: DDMS Not Listing Process - Via Command Line To Attach Process To Debug

May 21, 2010

Sometimes the DDMS in the Eclipse not listing the process.

To do the debug in this condition,

1) Is their any way force the DDMS to list the process?

2) Any command to attach the process from the command line?

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Samsung I7500 :: Process Has Stopped Unexpectedly - Please Try Again

Sep 19, 2009

I bought a new phone, but I can not run it.

I get the following information: "Sorry! The process has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again".

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Android :: Remote Service Process Persists - I.e. Won't Disappear From Process Table

Feb 21, 2009

At a certain point in my program, when I'm completely done with my service, my activity executes unbindService() and stopService() -- yet the process persists. I can tell that it persists because I run "ps" in "adb -e shell":


"adb logcat", I can show you the sequence of events:

ACTIVITY: context.unbindService(serviceConnection);

SERVICE: onUnbind();

ACTIVITY: stopService(serviceIntent); & returns true!

SERVICE: onDestroy();

First, my activity calls unbindService(serviceConnection). According to the documentation, unbindService() will "Disconnect from an application service. You will no longer receive calls as the service is restarted, and the service is now allowed to stop at any time." So that is fine, and it is happening.

Appropriately, we see the onUnbind() call happen on the service side. According to the documentation, onUnbind() is called when "all clients have disconnected from a particular interface published by the service." So this confirms the correct service connection is being passed, and that the service is responding accordingly.

Next, my activity calls stopService(serviceIntent), and returns true. According to the documentation, stopService() does the following: "If there is a service matching the given Intent that is already running, then it is stopped and true is returned; else false is returned." Again, this is happening and returning true.

In response, the service's onDestroy() method is called. According to the documentation, onDestroy() is "Called by the system to notify a Service that it is no longer used and is being removed. The service should clean up any resources it holds (threads, registered receivers, etc) at this point. Upon return, there will be no more calls in to this Service object and it is effectively dead."

At this point I expect the process to disappear from the process table. Yet it remains indefinitely. But why?

Also, the process is so persistent that I can bind to it again, and I see that it is the same exact process responding because the PID (process ID) is the same!

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Samsung Moment :: Getting Process Stoped Unexpectedly

Apr 17, 2010

I've searched around the forums (here and SDX forums) and although it seems the few people that had this issue were able to solve it, my case seems a bit different.

It's different because of the people I've read solving the issue, it was a problem with something they changed / removed with gmail / gmail storage or talk / talk storage. And when they cleared the cache or re-installed the problem went away. Also, it seemed that the same people had a problem with downloading from the market...

Neither of the above apply to me, but yet I'm still getting this FC error all the time!

I was helping a friend with their CL14 Moment out of the box...and went from stock 1.5 CL14 to 2.1 DD03 w/Joey recovery to EclairDD10 and v5 root. I then did the streaming media fix, and then the private app (build.prop) fix (all previously done with my phone no problems). I did all of these update right in a row, and after my last re-boot the FC error (process has stoped unexpectedly) started showing up and won't go away.

The only .apk / odex files I removed were the preloaded Sprint apps

Does anybody have any other ideas on how I can get this FC error to stop? I've tried clearing the cache / data for all the mail / talk apps, rebooted, cleared dalvik cache...

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Sep 17, 2010

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Nov 24, 2010

So, I decided to give Tridents ROM a try about 10-minutes ago.

I used ROM Manager, backed-up my old ROM, then downloaded Velocity 0.2.

Now, my phone will do nothing, it turns on and shows the red Droid eye, then when it's time to go to the home screen I get pop-up after pop-up saying that "The process has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again."

I have no way of getting on my phone at all, what can I do?

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Nov 12, 2010

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May 11, 2010

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