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  1. franqlyn

    franqlyn Member This Topic's Starter

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    Ok, can anyone tell me how to disable the media scan that runs on startup? It locks up my phone for a minute or so, when I first boot up and since I seem to flash something every few days or so, it is getting pretty annoying, especially since I don't have any media on my phone
     

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    nitsuj17 Well-Known Member

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    you can disable media scan...but it causes more problems than it solves...ie you cant access music, pictures, etc :eek:
     
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    franqlyn Member This Topic's Starter

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    And I am guessing that it runs twice on bootup because I have my sdcard partitioned?
     
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    franqlyn Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks... I guess I would rather deal with known issues than the unknown... any thoughts on my other list about the "keytracer" I found in my settings? Is it legitimate?
     
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    Don't turn your phone off as much?
     
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    nitsuj17 Well-Known Member

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    nah, mines not partioned and it does it twice too...and after i data wipe...pfft..takes forever...but ive learned to live with it
     
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    Use .nomedia files (empty) to exclude folders from the scan. I actually do this for music: since the scanner mangles non-mp3 tags, I just use MortPlayer (navigates by folder).
     

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