we....shouldn't dedicate and put in so much time and effort to make this phone behave,,(granted some folks like tweaking, I am not one of them) it should be the people doing the leg work..who said this is an excellent unit and hands down the best thing out there and sold it to us anyway,,knowing it still has bugs
we... shouldn't have to restart our brand new phones,, at least not at this rate
They... need to find a solution/fix ASAP........ because I'm sure with all this overheating will eventually lead into premature failure (prob way before the contract ends).... and I'm sure
They.... will give us every excuse there is under the sun.. NOT to get us new units
Besides, I think hearing an alarm to tell me to restart the phone everytime
the reactor goes in to melt down status,, will get old rather quickly
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And just love HTC's commercials, they make it like it's a perfect world, and are inspired by natural things........ so it integrates well with mankind..... YEAH RIGHT......... wake the F**K up and get a damn fix going already
and recent surveys says it gives the Iphone a run for the money,,,,,, don't know bout that, man I'm thinking of going to the dark side, got a bunch of friends with Iphones-- the 3Gs and 4......................................... no problems whatsoever, some have small kids (7-10 Yo's)that stream alot of vids and games for an entire afternoon
without a hitch, and needing a damn fire extinguisher
Last edited by leo67; 06-04-2011 at 05:52 AM.
i have been using an app called Process Monitor for a couple of days now. even when the phone is behaving, a system process called "Suspend" seems to be always showing around 8-12% CPU usage.
when i did a Google search for the terms "Android suspend process", i came across this thread: Issue 11126 - android - "suspend" process runs continually in background at ~40% CPU on HTC EVO 4G - Android - An Open Handset Alliance Project - Google Project Hosting
there's a lot of people's speculations of what and what isn't the cause of the problem. i'm not sure if our problem is the same but the symptoms are the same. i.e. unusual battery usage from time to time with no pattern and a reboot will fix it temporarily until next time.
much of the comments suggest that it might be a bug in Froyo since the suspend bug affects phones from different manufacturers across different networks. the bad part is, there doesn't seem to be a fix for now.
i also came across another thread with people having what appears to be the same problems on the Nexus One AFTER updating to Gingerbread. my Nexus One with Gingerbread is with my girlfriend now but i don't think the battery usage on that phone is any different from when i used it for a year on Froyo.
Can we pull up "suspend" W/O Process monitor,, in other words can I access it through the phones stock monitor?
Symptoms are the same yes, but on mine the symptom never happens while I'm toggled down to 3G,, only does it while in 4G
is everyone experiencing the symptom while in 3G as well
with the stock battery monitor, it will show collectively as Android Systems since the stock battery monitor doesn't distinguish individual system and kernel processes.
Now this is how a normal device works.......... we'll see how long this lasts