January 4th, 2012, 06:04 AM
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Two weeks ago I attempted to synchronize 12 pictures with Picasa Web and Gallery on my phone (Optimus T). This was my first attempt at doing this - I took the pics -then- set the device to auto-synch. It ran for quite a bit, only uploaded three and siezed up the phone. Restarted and what I have now, on every restart
is this annoying cryptic little wonder:
The application My Uploader (process com.google.android.app.uploader) has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again.
Since I wasn't able to upload or synchronize I deleted the 12 .jpgs off the phone. I USB'd them to my desktop computer and took them off from the SD card where they were stored. But "My Uploader" apparently still has them stuck in some queue somewhere buried in the phone, wants to send them but can't. Used File Manager - I'm sure they're gone off the SD card. If I take any more pictures, I fear they too are doomed. Rather than gum up the phone any further, I've not taken any more pictures.
The device works pretty well, despite. Another related concern: I don't know if they might be in a temp holding bin and could therefore be consuming precious internal phone memory (which I don't have a lot left of either - only about 37 mB remain).
How can I tell process com.google.android.app.uploader that it can stop trying and go back to rest? Where do I look in phone memory to see if they are indeed "stuck"?
Last edited by Hoib; January 4th, 2012 at 06:06 AM.