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android.process.media issue

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 3' started by DracoZaroff, Jul 17, 2011.

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    The battery on my D3 is dying a faster than it should. After a little digging I found that android.process.media is eating up CPU time for some reason. I tried clearing data from the Media Storage program but this only helps until I reboot the phone. Any suggestions on how to fix this?
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    The problem seems to be gone now after I have moved everything from the SD card to internal storage. For a short time after booting the process will consume a lot of cpu time but it falls off after a minute or two.
    I know that there was a problem before but it is possible that I simply had too much media (pictures, videos, and music) on the SD card and it was taking the process more time than normal to index it all.
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    Why not just let it run the index and then see if it settles down?
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    So there was a problem but after clearing the data for android.process.media the problem is gone. Battery life is much improved and most things are working great now.
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    How do you clear data or cache of this process?
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