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  1. VSpike915

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    I was looking for the apps that are incompatible with Froyo. I was wondering if any of the following are on there because as soon as I un-installed them, my up time compared to awake time regulated again.

    Astro file manager
    Engadget
    Yellowbook Search
     

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    I use Astro File Manager with Froyo (2.2) on my EVO without any issues.

    P.S. This is my first post here. You should feel honored. Haha.
     
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    already said in details...;)
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    i use astro also with froyo, no wake:up time issue
     
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    Must be Yellowbook Search because I have Engadget and just this morning I did a power off\on just to make sure my up time\awake is functioning as it should. Meaning their not the same. Running Froyo.
     
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    astro has a built in task manager and those are incompatible with 2.2, but if you dont use the task manager in it, it shouldnt be a problem. i dont see how either of the others would keep the phone awake. unless engadget has an auto update feature?
     
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