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Hilarious, how do I know it's preventing my phone from wonking? How do I know it is doing what it is supposed to be doing?

Crazy thing is... I don't, so I asked. All you had to do was say that this is how it works, for all I know (usually errors mean something isn't working) it is not working properly on my phone thus the errors, and I may as well get rid of it.

Seeing as you wrote it, you should be able to give a simple answer to a simple question, instead of the usual dismissive XDA reply we have gotten so used to ditching out lately. It's not like I asked you to explain your theory of existence to me, just if the log shows that your program is running properly or if something is wrong on my end.

People need to chill the hell out around this place, we are all supposed to be here to help one another out.
 
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Hilarious, how do I know it's preventing my phone from wonking? How do I know it is doing what it is supposed to be doing?

Crazy thing is... I don't, so I asked. All you had to do was say that this is how it works, for all I know (usually errors mean something isn't working) it is not working properly on my phone thus the errors, and I may as well get rid of it.

Seeing as you wrote it, you should be able to give a simple answer to a simple question, instead of the usual dismissive XDA reply we have gotten so used to ditching out lately. It's not like I asked you to explain your theory of existence to me, just if the log shows that your program is running properly or if something is wrong on my end.

People need to chill the hell out around this place, we are all supposed to be here to help one another out.
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If the answer is no than it's working, don't get too technical with the log and stuffs.

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That is a really bad way to look at things.

Under your reasoning, I could tell you that I created a wonderful new product that prevents cancer. It works because I use it and I don't have cancer. If you want one I will sell you one (heck I'll give you one) but, if it ever displays an error message, just ignore it unless you end up with cancer... Then you will know it wasn't working.
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Good catch, took me a minute to figure out what you were on about, think I'll leave it the way it is...
 
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Hilarious, how do I know it's preventing my phone from wonking? How do I know it is doing what it is supposed to be doing?
I suggest you don't install this app unless you are having wonk issues (i.e screen locks for 20 seconds when getting or making calls). If you are and installing this app stops it from occurring, then it works.

The thing is that I don't know how it works. The wonk is a mystery bug and this a random attempt to fix it. I spend little time understanding why it fixed it, it just did.
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I suggest you don't install this app unless you are having wonk issues (i.e screen locks for 20 seconds when getting or making calls). If you are and installing this app stops it from occurring, then it works.

The thing is that I don't know how it works. The wonk is a mystery bug and this a random attempt to fix it. I spend little time understanding why it fixed it, it just did.
Yeah, see the thing is... I do occasionally wonk, sure enough. Though I could never get it to wonk on command, if ya get my drift... so testing a fix, when I couldn't make it break, wasn't logical. Now, it started getting worse and on important calls. So, I thought I would try your app. It does seem to work, I guess, though I didn't wonk all the time without it, at least I haven't wonked since installing it. But, I don't get/make too many phone calls, so I can't say for sure it is doing a thing.

Which is why, when I saw the error messages in my log file, I thought I would ask if that was to be expected. Normally an error from an application means it is not doing something it wants to properly. So, I figured I would ask you (it is your program, right?). Does your logcat show errors similar to mine, does anyone's? If not, wouldn't that indicate that something wasn't right on my setup? Which explains my asking, since no one has posted anything about this in the thread - and I did read each post first to make sure - I thought I may be the only one getting these errors.

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It appeas to be normal since I'm getting the error also. I've updated the app to not log the error since it seems to be normal and I really shouldn't be filling up the log with extra stuff. Thanks you pointing it out.
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It appeas to be normal since I'm getting the error also. I've updated the app to not log the error since it seems to be normal and I really shouldn't be filling up the log with extra stuff. Thanks you pointing it out.
And thank you for bearing with me and for de-cluttering my log!
 
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Currently I can't see any measurable battery drain. Dewonkificator doesn't even show on the About phone->Battery use screen. Increasing the time between dewonkification might be work, but since battery doesn't seem to be a issue and we don't know what the source of the problem is I don't think its worth risking or investigating.
I don't know what it's the real problem, what is the cause of this problem?
The first thing that I thought when I saw the code were to handle the incomming call intent, but I don't understand why you are using this interval (1 minute)

Every way, I get this error each minute in my nexus one. Extracted with ddms:

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02-05 06:28:00.990: ERROR/MediaRecorder(7960): stop failed: -1007
02-05 06:28:01.000: ERROR/Dewonkificator(7960): recorder.stop()
02-05 06:28:01.000: ERROR/Dewonkificator(7960): java.lang.RuntimeException: stop failed.
02-05 06:28:01.000: ERROR/Dewonkificator(7960):     at android.media.MediaRecorder.stop(Native Method)
02-05 06:28:01.000: ERROR/Dewonkificator(7960):     at com.mb.dewonkificator.DewonkificatorBroadcastReceiver.onReceive(DewonkificatorBroadcastReceiver.java:45)
02-05 06:28:01.000: ERROR/Dewonkificator(7960):     at android.app.LoadedApk$ReceiverDispatcher$Args.run(LoadedApk.java:709)
02-05 06:28:01.000: ERROR/Dewonkificator(7960):     at android.os.Handler.handleCallback(Handler.java:587)
02-05 06:28:01.000: ERROR/Dewonkificator(7960):     at android.os.Handler.dispatchMessage(Handler.java:92)
02-05 06:28:01.000: ERROR/Dewonkificator(7960):     at android.os.Looper.loop(Looper.java:123)
02-05 06:28:01.000: ERROR/Dewonkificator(7960):     at android.app.ActivityThread.main(ActivityThread.java:3809)
02-05 06:28:01.000: ERROR/Dewonkificator(7960):     at java.lang.reflect.Method.invokeNative(Native Method)
02-05 06:28:01.000: ERROR/Dewonkificator(7960):     at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:507)
02-05 06:28:01.000: ERROR/Dewonkificator(7960):     at com.android.internal.os.ZygoteInit$MethodAndArgsCaller.run(ZygoteInit.java:839)
02-05 06:28:01.000: ERROR/Dewonkificator(7960):     at com.android.internal.os.ZygoteInit.main(ZygoteInit.java:597)
02-05 06:28:01.000: ERROR/Dewonkificator(7960):     at dalvik.system.NativeStart.main(Native Method)
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