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What is webcoreglue/webviewglue?

Discussion in 'Android Tech Support' started by Jabberwocky, Apr 29, 2010.

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    Since this morning, I have been having issues where my droid randomly a) quits the program I was using and b) changes the background. The background it changed to was one I had set as a profile in the app Quick Profiles, so I deleted the profile. It kept doing it so I uninstalled the app. It continued to randomly switch the background. I finally checked the log in Android System Info and noticed that each occurrence coincided with an activity (highlighted in red) saying the following: "E/webcoreglue(8767)" with the subheading:"the real object has been deleted". This is directly followed by an activity (highlighted in light blue) labeled "D/webviewglue(8767)" with the subheading "nativeDestroy view: 0x44fcc8". It has only happened so far when I am using the apps Notification Notes and Xscope, both of which I have been using for quite some time with no problems whatsoever. Does anyone know what this is and how to fix/get rid of whatever is causing it?
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