I was wondering if anybody had a suggestion for me. A long time ago, I had a task killer, and life was good. Then I noticed that my GPS was acting up, and after reading this thread (http://androidforums.com/support-troubleshooting/19977-moto-droid-gps-problems.html) I tried uninstalling my task killer, and lo and behold, my GPS starting working great. And the people rejoiced. But then I noticed when I took video, I'd get this video pixelation followed by my video and audio being totally out of sync. I followed this thread (Occasional Video Pixelation and Audio/Video Sync Issues - Droid Forum - Verizon Droid & the Motorola Droid Forum) and realized it was basically the phone not having enough free memory off the bat, then getting mucked up in the middle of recording. There's a workaround listed in the thread about taking a dummy video, backing out of the camera app, then going back in, but honestly, that just means I'll stop taking video. So it looks like it would be great if I could just clear the memory before taking the video, everything would be fine. Unfortunately, this means installing a task manager, and messing up my GPS. So you see the problem. I tried managing the apps through Settings > Applications > Running Services but I have no idea what I'm doing in there, and "25mb + 12mb in 4 Other: 62mb in 4" is Greek to me. To sum up: Task Killer = No GPS, Yes Video Camcorder No Task Killer = GPS, No Video Camcorder Thoughts on how I can get GPS and Video Camcorder to work without a hitch without installing a task manager?