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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by davidave05, Jun 30, 2011.

  1. davidave05

    davidave05 Lurker
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    Somebody please explain to me what it means for an application to exceed it's cpu threshold, and how to make it stop. I keep "killing" the ap, but it just keeps coming back, I don't know how to make it stop!! The ap is android.iqd. And what does it mean to "whitelist"?
     

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  2. basalt

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    Isn't that a system process? In which case it will restart if you kill is as the op system needs it to run. Whitelisting is approving a process so it has certain privileges when running - the opposite of black listing. Like giving your browser a list of sites that are allowed to set cookies.
     
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    And why would you kill that process anyway?
     

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