It appears to be completely normal, running on mine too, but I don't know what its purpose is.
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I've been wondering the same thing. Mine usually hoovers at 54mb. Could it be the repository for all the running widgets that are on our respective homescreens?
Killing the process does not seem to have a detrimental effect on the phone.
Looks like what you see under the 'Processes' tab when you pull up your Task Manager in Windows . . .
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Appears to be saving where your widgets and apps are on your screens. So if you move something it immediately saves it for where you want it. As well as your background picture.?
Let's see how much i enjoy the s4.
Yup....makes sense. I got a "boat load" of Widgets on my screens.....Originally Posted by drivinfocused
Did we just find another battery saving option????
#142- "minimize apps and widgets on your home screens"......lol
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