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Support Froyo 2.2 Issues

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by rizvi78, Sep 1, 2010.

  1. rizvi78

    rizvi78 Member
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    1. Youtube app keep crashing

    2. I can't close progams using ATK. I kill all the programs, but they pop right back up.

    3. I cannot uninstall any apps or move them to SD card.

    Anyone else experiencing this issue??

    Thanks!!
     

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  2. gonzoguy24

    gonzoguy24 Well-Known Member
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    1. My youtube works just fine...try clearing cache/data for it.

    2. Do not use ATK.

    3. Try rebooting. If this does not work I would recommend backing up apps and settings (Titanium) and doing a factory reset.
     
  3. vgp

    vgp Well-Known Member
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    He beat me to it...

    1. X2

    2. Xx2 - You got two systems fighting each other so i imagine your phone will start bogging down

    3. X2 - WIPE!
     
  4. vnyislesv

    vnyislesv Well-Known Member
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    So how can you keep the programs closed? I use ATK because on 2.1, it worked great and the phone was great.

    Now they force a bunch of crap to stay open that I don't want or use. How can I delete them? Its really pissing me off. Can you help?
     
  5. birthofahero

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    You can freeze them or even completely delete the apps using Titanium Backup. Freezing the app will just disable it from the system and remove it from your app drawer. If you delete it, it will be gone.
     
  6. allen2oo3

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    4. keyboard lag can get really bad while sending messages
     
  7. vnyislesv

    vnyislesv Well-Known Member
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    My phone has to be rooted and its not. Anything else?
     
  8. NightAngel79

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    Yes i figured it needed to be rooted for that. My system panel app is different too. Some things i used to kill (i'm an ocd x-windows user) just to make me feel better won't stay killed now. I would use systempanel to kill systempanel (that makes sense right?) and now that doesn't work either. Not to mention the apps in SP are grouped completely different. Mostly i feel it just needs some time to get used to.

    Will move this to the support section though so it gets more attention.
     
  9. JohnKuczek

    JohnKuczek Well-Known Member
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    If you have to use ATK, make sure you are using the new ATK Froyo, it is a different app, still by the same dev, but it works better.
     
  10. jbh00jh

    jbh00jh Well-Known Member
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    All the experts say not to use a task killer with 2.2 . I use Fast Reboot to free up memory when I need it , works great. With android 2.2 you will always have programs running in the background , can't stop that. :)
     
  11. vnyislesv

    vnyislesv Well-Known Member
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    Yeah it said under ATK, to uninstall and reinstall. Talks about force closing apps. They just pop up a minute later.

    I called verzion and they said to do a factory reset because the battery shouldn't drain that fast. 90% in 1 day...
     
  12. Eris DeWitt

    Eris DeWitt Active Member
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    I believe, and correct me if I'm wrong but, the new software doesn't kill apps because it's managing them for you. I've had my phone on since 6:45AM pst and with moderate to heavy usage (streaming, downloading, web browsing flash sites) I haven't tried to kill anything, and I have 55% battery life. This is about equal to my phones' life prior to the update, which I'm fine with. I tried for the life of me how to figure out how to kill my music app. I now have to pause and just hit home. After the pause system panel will let you kill it, but it just pops up a minute later. I'm just not going to worry about it unless it really affects the performance. As of now it's all good. I think we may all just need to adjust to how the new software operates. I'm a bit of a noob, so I might not exactly have the right theory. Anyone know anything about this??
     

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