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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Clown Baby0524, Oct 14, 2011.

  1. Clown Baby0524

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    I got my Charge about a week ago and did a factory reset at that time. I do not have Google Listen, Twitter or a 3rd Party Task Killer installed on my phone. When listening to Pandora (streaming) or Beyond Pod (downloaded mp3s) my playback will randomly pause. I can go to the player and press play and everything will play for a few minutes, seconds or maybe an hour and then it will pause again.

    I'm pretty sure it has something to do with the pre-installed Task Manager (I'm not rooted) because it says it will close applications that it deems to be draining the battery. Is there a way to get this thing to not kill certain apps? Could it be something completely unrelated to the Task Manager? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
     

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    do you live in a poor signal area?
    is it over wifi? (wifi packets can sometimes not get sent to your modem, which will cause random "blackouts" as i call them to happen, thus what will happen for a brief moment (10-20 seconds) you do not have data transmitting to you.


    rooting does not kill certain apps, your preinstalled task manager, can be doing this, but it is not 100% certain. so provide us with a little more information so that we can help ya out :)
     
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    I'm usually listening over wifi at work. If the signal icon is accurate, I generally have 3 bars of wifi strength. I previously had a droid x and never had signal loss issues, sitting in the same location.

    I also installed headset blocker because I read that helped people with similar problems, but it hasn't done anything for me. I mentioned rooting because I was reading up on this and I saw that some people were having issues with leaked ROMs and what not. Thanks for your help.
     
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    it might just be the phones hardware itself, hopefully its not, im getting a charge in a few days, just to get used to as far as samsung wise for when the genex comes out.
     
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    This post is about Pandora on a T-Mobile HTC Sensation with a stock ROM.

    I'm not sure this is the fix for my "music pause" symptom. I'm less sure that it might fix yours. But, today is the first day in about 3 weeks I listened to pandora uninterrupted for more than
     

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