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This process causes CPU spikes and sometimes incredibly slows down whole system. I need to know how to disable it. Tried with Quick System Info PRO but it won't allow me to end process or close it.

HTC Desire S
Android 2.3.5

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Have you considered flashing Cyanogenmod? This will rid of any HTC related junk. – user606723 Jun 21 '12 at 15:59
No, it's a couple of months before my warranty expires and I am intending on doing that after. – Boris_yo Jun 24 '12 at 9:08
If your device is rooted, you could check with an app like Autorun Manager whether there is a corresponding Listener established -- and if so, deactivate that. Just a guess, I did that with other apps -- but as I flashed CM a while ago I cannot test with Sense anymore ;) – Izzy Aug 14 '12 at 14:54

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