What Is "com.google.android." In Taskkiller

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    I rooted my cell a few days ago and today decided to un-root it. I reverted my cell back to 2.0.1 (the same exact way it was b4 i rooted it in the first place). Ever after i did the root "com.google.android." has been displayed in Taskiller as a task running. I can not kill it either. "com.google.android." just runs all the time and i can not kill the app.

    Does anyone know what it is and what to do??
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    Just curious. Why did you decide to unroot your device?
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    I googled it and found this. Maybe you can figure it out when you google it and find the rest of the info that I did not copy/paste or the right version of com.google.android


    Package com.google.android.maps

    The maps package allows applications to display and control a Google Map interface.