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com.sec.app.MIPErrorNotifier running after restart

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26th August 2013, 06:39 PM   |  #41  
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Has anybody been able to come up with a solution for this annoying thing. Its happening randomly throughout the day no matter if on WiFi or on 3g or 4g. It just happens. It doesn't mess wit anything except sometimes people have to call me twice to get thru. Like it will ring on their end but not show on my end. Other than that its ok just very annoying. Any help is appreciated and no I'm not rooted so I can't freeze the app w titanium backup app. tx in advance.

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4th September 2013, 08:23 PM   |  #42  
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Can I +1 to this?

If people call me, I tend to not receive a call.

This also happens all the time after a reboot or cold boot. This application shows up in my recent activity list.

A fix would be much appreciated.
6th September 2013, 12:57 AM   |  #43  
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Originally Posted by slixzen

Can I +1 to this?

If people call me, I tend to not receive a call.

This also happens all the time after a reboot or cold boot. This application shows up in my recent activity list.

A fix would be much appreciated.

There hasnt been a fix for this yet cause we dont whats actually causing that but you can delete it from system apps and that will take off the app from recent activities.

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12th September 2013, 04:34 AM   |  #44  
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Originally Posted by Chimodo

So I'm running everything stock. Already replaced my phone once yesterday. This is what happened:
Did the system update over wi-fi at home. Went out and suddenly it restarted. Then a few seconds restarted again. And again.
It basically went into boot loop in a sense. I went back to the store where I got it from (within 14days still) and they couldn't do anything with it and gave me a new one. So come today. I get the update, download it. SAME thing. It stays on for about 3-6 seconds and restarts.

BUT I was able to turn off my "Mobile Data" and it stays on. No restart. But it shows up with MIPERRActivity which is com.sec.app.MIPErrorNotifier. I can use wi-fi just fine. But the second I turn Mobile Data back on, it freezes my phone and restarts. And then restarts after a few second of being turned on.

When looking at the Permissions, it looks as if it essentially has permission to do everything and anything on my phone. Could this be some sort of viral file that got attached to the update somehow? Or just a monitoring app that runs in the background?

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Also, I'm on Sprint and I can turn the wifi on/off so long as the mobile data is turned off.

I have the exact problem. Have you figured out how to fix it?
17th September 2013, 04:20 AM   |  #45  
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I have the exact problem. Have you figured out how to fix it?

Same here, about once a day.

Am usually on WiFi, and am in a low signal area for Sprint, so often roaming.
26th September 2013, 06:28 AM   |  #46  
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My husband has had his s4 since July and the same error thing popped up today in his recent apps too. Everyone keeps asking but I'll ask again, has anyone found an answer to this yet?? I agree, it kinda creeps me out with all the permissions.
26th September 2013, 03:00 PM   |  #47  
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Originally Posted by Vajamie

My husband has had his s4 since July and the same error thing popped up today in his recent apps too. Everyone keeps asking but I'll ask again, has anyone found an answer to this yet?? I agree, it kinda creeps me out with all the permissions.

You can use delete the app in system/apps or just freeze it with titanium backup. There isnt really a fix since I believe its samsungs and sprint bug maybe idk could be fixed in the next release or not.

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26th September 2013, 06:14 PM   |  #48  
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Not too sure there's a call for being nervous about what it is...it appears to just be "listening" for changes in data (as also mentioned earlier in this thread) here's a snippet of what logcat says about it:
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09-26 08:32:08.108: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): onReceive intent : android.intent.action.ANY_DATA_STATE
09-26 08:32:08.108: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): getMobileDataState
09-26 08:32:08.108: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): onReceive intent : android.intent.action.ANY_DATA_STATE
09-26 08:32:08.108: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): getMobileDataState
09-26 08:32:08.118: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): onReceive intent : android.intent.action.ANY_DATA_STATE
09-26 08:32:08.118: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): getMobileDataState
09-26 08:32:08.128: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): onReceive intent : android.intent.action.ANY_DATA_STATE
09-26 08:32:08.128: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): getMobileDataState
09-26 08:32:08.138: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): onReceive intent : android.intent.action.ANY_DATA_STATE
09-26 08:32:08.138: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): getMobileDataState
09-26 08:32:08.148: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): onReceive intent : android.intent.action.ANY_DATA_STATE
09-26 08:32:08.148: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): getMobileDataState
09-26 08:32:08.148: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): onReceive intent : android.intent.action.ANY_DATA_STATE
09-26 08:32:08.148: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): getMobileDataState
09-26 08:32:08.158: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): onReceive intent : android.intent.action.ANY_DATA_STATE
09-26 08:32:08.158: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): getMobileDataState
09-26 08:32:08.168: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): onReceive intent : android.intent.action.ANY_DATA_STATE
09-26 08:32:08.168: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): getMobileDataState
09-26 08:32:08.168: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): onReceive intent : android.intent.action.ANY_DATA_STATE
09-26 08:32:08.168: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): getMobileDataState
09-26 08:32:08.178: W/SignalStrength(779): Size of signalstrength parcel:172
09-26 08:32:08.178: W/SignalStrength(1121): Size of signalstrength parcel:176
09-26 08:32:08.178: W/SignalStrength(1359): Size of signalstrength parcel:176
09-26 08:32:08.178: W/SignalStrength(779): getCdmaLevel=5
09-26 08:32:08.178: W/SignalStrength(1359): Size of signalstrength parcel:176
09-26 08:32:08.178: W/SignalStrength(3990): Size of signalstrength parcel:176
09-26 08:32:08.178: W/SignalStrength(1121): getCdmaLevel=5
09-26 08:32:08.178: W/SignalStrength(1121): getCdmaLevel=5
09-26 08:32:08.178: W/SignalStrength(779): getCdmaAsuLevel=8
09-26 08:32:08.178: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): onReceive intent : android.intent.action.ANY_DATA_STATE
09-26 08:32:08.178: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): getMobileDataState
09-26 08:32:08.178: D/STATUSBAR-NetworkController(1121): onSignalStrengthsChanged signalStrength=SignalStrength: 99 0 -77 -20 -74 -20 7 99 2147483647 2147483647 2147483647 2147483647 2147483647 cdma 0x500 level=5
09-26 08:32:08.188: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): onReceive intent : android.intent.action.ANY_DATA_STATE
09-26 08:32:08.188: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): getMobileDataState
09-26 08:32:08.198: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): onReceive intent : android.intent.action.ANY_DATA_STATE
09-26 08:32:08.198: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): getMobileDataState
09-26 08:32:08.198: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): onReceive intent : android.intent.action.ANY_DATA_STATE
09-26 08:32:08.198: I/MIPErrorReceiver(4741): getMobileDataState
09-26 08:32:08.208: D/StatusChecker(1951): onReceive : android.intent.action.SERVICE_STATE
09-26 08:32:08.208: D/StatusChecker(1951): Service state changed : 0
I think you're only going have true peace of mind about its permissions if you follow one of the previous "work-arounds"- since it doesn't seem to have a general fix for it.
27th September 2013, 02:42 PM   |  #49  
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I deleted this out of /system/app, after making a backup of it locally of course. I've been running for days without any problem with data or wifi. Just looks like more bloat from what I've seen.
27th September 2013, 03:12 PM   |  #50  
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Originally Posted by RogueSly

I deleted this out of /system/app, after making a backup of it locally of course. I've been running for days without any problem with data or wifi. Just looks like more bloat from what I've seen.

How can I do something about it if not rooted. U have to be rooted to delete the apps rite.

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