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[APP][4.0+] Mediaserver Killer

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By rori~, Senior Member on 2nd December 2013, 02:31 PM
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Mediaserver Killer

Hi guys,
probably you know, that the "Mediaserver battery draining bug" still exists (Just google it...).
Iīve seen, there are already some ways to kill Mediaserver with scripts, flash, copy to...but no app, that does that.
So here it is, a free app for the comfortable user

What this app does:
# Kill Mediaserver whenever you want/need
1.) When default lockscreen unlocked
2.) Certain time interval/schedule

What you need:
# Root required


Download Mediaserver Killer from Playstore


# You just need to give Mediaserver Killer Superuser access (remember choice forever) and disable Superuser notification toast or statusbar.
Thatīs all.
# I may implement other options if needed
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2nd December 2013, 04:53 PM |#2  
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Amazing work bud, using it right now. Keep up
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2nd December 2013, 05:54 PM |#3  
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Amazing work bud, using it right now. Keep up

Thanx, nice to hear!

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Thanx, nice to hear!

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Just a noob question, I need to add some especial apps(like phone or sms, camera.. app) to "ignore list"? I mean, is there any app that if, you don't add it, may cause any problem with the phone behavior. I don't add any app yet.
2nd December 2013, 06:06 PM |#5  
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Just a noob question, I need to add some especial apps(like phone or sms, camera.. app) to "ignore list"? I mean, is there any app that if, you don't add it, may cause any problem with the phone behavior. I don't add any app yet.

Actually,you do not need to add any apps...if you, for example, listen to some music, kill Mediaserver......you will notice the killing.
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2nd December 2013, 06:10 PM |#6  
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Actually,you do not need to add any apps...if you, for example, listen to some music, kill Mediaserver......you will notice the killing.

So, if I'm listening music, when mediaserver is killed doesn't interfere with the music(music doesn't stop or something like that)?
2nd December 2013, 06:38 PM |#7  
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So, if I'm listening music, when mediaserver is killed doesn't interfere with the music(music doesn't stop or something like that)?

It should just interrupt music playing for a second...

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It should just interrupt music playing for a second...

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Ok thank you for clarifying me & for this app
2nd December 2013, 09:15 PM |#9  
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It should just interrupt music playing for a second...

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For me is more than 1 second, so I add my music player (PlayerPro) to ignore list & now is fine. No problem adding the mp to ignore list, right?
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Right, as long as your music player is in use, you won't kill mediaserver.

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