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Process System is not responding...
Posted 01 June 2010 - 11:12 PM
On 90% of boots, I get a "Process System is not responding. WAIT/FC". Either choice makes the phone seem to run fine, but I choose FC as I had a suspicion that "waiting" led to battery drain. This happens so often that if it doesn't happen, its a noteworthy event. Also, about 10% of the time, no widgets will load. Homescreen shortcuts are still in place, but all widgets are either "loading..." or just not showing any pertinent info.
Posted 01 June 2010 - 11:15 PM
Posted 01 June 2010 - 11:21 PM
Posted 02 June 2010 - 01:46 AM
Open terminal and
The -r is optional, but necessary if you find orphaned apps (the app not found please reinstall message)
And reboot. Thay may help.
Also, check your internal storage by settings/sd card storage to see if you have ample space on internal memory. Use settings/applications/manage apps and click on some big ones and move to sd (course you need an ext partition for this, amon ra's latest recovery can partition for you but backup your files on a pc first).
I have been very happy with not keeping home in memory and instead using compcache. Check your spare parts and don't panic if it reboots on you just recheck that your settings are there and intentionally reboot once you know they're ok.
Check your apps that start with your phone. If you have lots, try uninstalling a few to see if that solves it. Not all apps like eclair. If u can't live without them use something that autokills and frees memory like autokiller. This is not the same as a task manager.
Lastly, if nothing else works wipe everything and start over. I had to do that to get a cleanly working 5.0.7 too.
Posted 02 June 2010 - 04:06 PM
Android issue.. solution: Patience
It's similar, but its not an acore process crash, its a Process (system) not responding. I have my suspicions that its a misbehaving widget, but I started getting this error on test7 and didn't have it in test3 (skipped a few) and I haven't added any new widgets to my homescreen since then.
Maybe I should re-install 5.0.7...
Posted 05 August 2010 - 08:54 PM
I saw exactly this problem and tracked it down to having the Alarm Clock set. Turned my alarm clock off and no longer see this message on reboot!