Running Services - sometimes all memory usage blank/missing?
For instance, right now in Settings > Applications > Running Services > my phone shows all the apps with nothing listed where it normally shows the individual memory usage, though it still shows the time the app has been running.
Then on the bottom it shows:
Avail: 84MB in 0.00B in 38 / Other: 0.00B in 4
Though there is no other indication and the phone still runs perfectly, something is causing Running Services to have issues showing the running apps memory usage, it seems.
If I reboot, it will be correct for a while. I have not been able to determine which app/widget/process is causing this. I don't feel like uninstalling everything, since nothing seems to be affected by this. I'm hoping someone may already know, or has the same issue as me and we can compare.
I'm using More Icons, Better Cuts, Weather Widget w/Forecast add-on, Pure Music widget, News & Weather (GenieWidget.apk), and Battery Widget. That's all for 3rd party stuff that's running or on my home screens.
05-01-2010 12:12 PM
Mine does this as well but it says 35MB+0.00B in 40/Other 0.00B in 4. Im not sure about this.
Originally Posted by Humpa
Well after some more tests, and killing things and removing things from my homescreens, I can't find the culprit. So I was thinking it was an "Incredible" bug, that no one has noticed yet(?).
If you reboot, the first time you go to Running Services it will be correct. But if you back out of it and go to it again it will be missing the memory usage.
So I simply reboot and don't go to Running Services. I'll do this until there's more info.
Originally Posted by MiXoLoGiSt
I don't even know what "35MB+0.00B in 40/Other 0.00B in 4" means. Can you elaborate for me? It would be appreciated.
That's what it says at the bottom of the Running Services page.
Originally Posted by TXN@<3
As to the meaning, you'd have to ask the Google Android programmers. I've asked what that stuff means in a few different threads in a few different forums and no one ever responded. So I'm assuming us normal people don't know, though I imagine some of the dev's do.
Though I do know what the 0.00 means. That means there is a bug!