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General Category => Technical Issues and Support => Topic started by: Danny1968 on October 24, 2012, 02:05:28 AM

Title: android.process.acore. stopped!!! HELP
Post by: Danny1968 on October 24, 2012, 02:05:28 AM
Since this morning this process stop working... wtf!!!

I can't access whatsapp and there's always a pop up advise me of the problem..
I don't want to lose my contact and chat i've done since yesterday evenging...

what's happening?

Thank you
Danny
Title: Re: android.process.acore. stopped!!! HELP
Post by: Danny1968 on October 24, 2012, 03:16:52 AM
resolved.

Try to go to APPLICATIONS/SD CARD

find something to delete...

I deleted a browser that probably caused the error...
After deleting everything work fine now and contacts are safe.

Danny
Title: Re: android.process.acore. stopped!!! HELP
Post by: Danny1968 on October 25, 2012, 10:39:12 PM
OMG  >:(

this morning it's happening again... android.process.acore stopped!!!

How I can resolve the situation one and for all!!!!

I buyied the license and i want a program that works!!!!

Thank you.
Danny
Title: Re: android.process.acore. stopped!!! HELP
Post by: Danny1968 on October 26, 2012, 02:52:14 AM
Uff..... >:(

already re-installed verything...

backuped file vm01.vdi

then reinstalled youwave

then uploaded the old vm01.vdi file

but once again opening youwave that process stopped to work let me do nothing!!!

Danny
Title: Re: android.process.acore. stopped!!! HELP
Post by: Danny1968 on October 26, 2012, 03:37:06 AM
Ufff... just resolved claring Contact Storage (not the contacts) inside setting/applications.

Now it's ok... we'll see...

Danny
Title: Re: android.process.acore. stopped!!! HELP
Post by: YouWaveAdmin on October 26, 2012, 01:10:00 PM
Sorry for the delayed response. Have been swamped recently.

Yes, clearing all contact database will help.

The issue YouWave is facing is this:
We allow the program to be closed at any time. If the program is closed while a database updating is happening, the database corruption may happen. When Android restarts, it sees the corrupted database. The little OS says, oh, gosh, it must be wrong, what I am going to do? It then crashes some processes.

One solution is to only allow graceful shutting down the OS but not forceful close.

On a real phone, sudden closes such as losing battery happen rarely, hence there are fewer these cases, but it still happens.