Yes, I have Lookout installed. Does that contribute to the re-starts?
On a side note, holey moley my phone has been glitchy today. Not responding to screen taps, freezing up, keyboard haywire. Those 274 hours may have been the best 274 I've had with this phone, but my old X is back.
Owned Droid X about 16 mos: About 12 hours into OTA update and android.process.media was still using battery almost faster than system can recharge. Use as an alarm clock and clock process didn't even fire off six hours after 1st reboot. Took quite some time to narrow down potential issues. After 1 new 16GB flash drive, removal of several apps/reinstallations, and finally some stability is starting to show up. Spontaneous reboots after freezes were common.
android.process.media showed 58% of battery consumption immediately following reboot for several of the initial hours of use. 3G indicator lit up nonstop like Christmas tree during that time.
Haven't seen enough posts on the web to isolate but copying flash-old to flash-new without pictures, videos, and music helped. Now adding back items in limited fashion. Cleared every running application cache as well. Currently 3 hours of stable uptime.
please tell me where i missed anything about 621 that said, "you will be able to run for days on end without rebooting"?
somewhat contrary to what verizon had recommended about rebooting the dx daily if you were a heavy user, back when i got the dx in dec '10.
What you are missing is the comments I made that I ALWAYS rebooted daily because my phone is usually a buggy glitchy hunk of .......
After the update, I was pleasantly surprised that it was running so smoothly that it went almost two weeks without me NEEDING to reboot it. Hence my comments about going so long without a reboot.
Alas, it is back to its buggy glitchy self.
I just did the update, and now my phone is stuck at a bootloader screen. When I restart the phone it loads up normally, then shuts off and back into the bootloader screen. Stupid update...what do I need to do??
Try clearing the system cache and if that dont work you can do a hard reset to resolve this issue...
TO WIPE CACHE FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS BELOW BUT ON STEP #4 SELECT WIPE CACHE PARTITION INSTEAD OF FACTORY RESET...
Android version 2.3 (Gingerbread)
No re-start again, Cody. Let you know if it does, lest someone else who isn't paying atttention decides to interject with some smarmy comments.
Yea, I know what you mean .. :-) ... I'm continuing my "testing" -- powering off every night. I've uninstalled LOOKOUT for now based on my correspondence with Moto ... I only had 1 power-up after that uninstall ... 1 week later. Not sure what to do about an AntiVirus APP if it Lookout was the issue. But I guess we'll cross that bridge when we get there.
I haven't had any start ups on my X since the Updated so far but not i'm not using lookout as well but so far the X is doing Ok every once in awhile it will drop off the Network. but it recovers a few seconds later. But we'll keep a on it an report if it does anything out of the ordinary. B33
I've powered mine down every night since the update, with no unexpected restarts. And no, I've not installed LOOKOUT, but I am running Dr. Web and have had no problems with it.