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As the title says, supolicy is taking up over forty percent of my phone's CPU quite often, but not always. I discovered this a while ago by running
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top -m 10 -n 1 -d 1
trying to optimize my phone. The problem is I have not been able to figure out why supolicy is taking up that much processing or what I can do about it.

Info on my phone:
Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini SCH-I435 (Verizon)
Android 4.4 Kit-Kat (Touchwiz)
Rooted with Kingoroot
SuperSU version is 2.78

If anyone has any ideas what's going on or how I can figure out what's going on, (any logs I should be looking at?) I'd be very grateful. This phone gets really slow and unstable sometimes and the battery life is pretty poor, and I'd like to get it running smoothly and efficiently. Having 40% of the CPU used as often as it is is not ideal at all. Thanks!
 
 
3rd September 2016, 06:17 PM |#2  
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I posted this to the stable thread after reading the read me for this forum. I would delete this thread, but I don't know if I even can. I apologize for that.
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4th September 2016, 02:47 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by AgentOrange96

I posted this to the stable thread after reading the read me for this forum. I would delete this thread, but I don't know if I even can. I apologize for that.

Did u update to 2.78?
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Did u update to 2.78?

I did, but the issue was occurring before that as well.
4th September 2016, 10:16 PM |#5  
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Closing this as it has been posted elsewhere.
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