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Feb
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comment Moto X Pure Edition: com.motorola.ccc has stopped
Mine phone has Android L and every 10 to 20 min a notification appears informing that there is an OS update (to Android M). Sometimes, another notification informs that motorola.ccc stopped. I think it is that update notifier that fails sometimes. I'm trying to use my phone with "Mototola Updates" notification unchecked, so I'll see if it fixes it... I recommend you to try it too...
Feb
10
comment Why are some USB chargers slower than others?
E.g. I had a LG phone that had a good cable I use since now. Newer phones I bought (Samsung) comes with thinner cables, so I saw that charging with other cables than the LG one result in more time to obtain 100% of battery charge. One time, I bought another cable (from those Chinese ones) and using it phone discharged instead of charged. That Chinese cable was longer (2m), so resistance R = r*L/A that depends on length of cable L was bigger than other cables...
Feb
10
comment Why are some USB chargers slower than others?
Do not forget that P = V*I (1) can also be rewritten as P = R*i^2 (2) and P = V^2/R (3). Let's say that C is the charge of battery, C = P*t (4), so with (3) and (4) we have C = t*V^2/R (5) => t = R*C/V^2 (6). R is the resistance of cable (thin wires are more resistant, so time to charge will be longer); V is the voltage given - more voltage, less time; if you are using those 'xing-ling'-generic-power-adapters, they would rectifies AC network voltage improperly, so effective voltage given would be less than original power adapter voltage and time would be larger...
Feb
10
comment Moto X Pure Edition: com.motorola.ccc has stopped
Me too on Moto G 2015 (3rd Generation), XT1543...
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accepted Bad blocks and Link2SD
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comment Bad blocks and Link2SD
I used a hammer and all those issues disappeared magically XD. As this one is a valid answer, I'm assign it as "the answer".
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revised Media scanner will not recognize NEW music
adding specs about android version
Nov
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answered Play Music (KitKat): update library not working
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answered Media scanner will not recognize NEW music
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Sep
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comment Bad blocks and Link2SD
I heard that bad blocks are like cancer or virus, that multiply itself with time, so after sometime I have to change the micro SD card...
Sep
10
comment Bad blocks and Link2SD
I performed chdisk yesterday, on that but I did it so much with the same issues using micro SD card, so I'm thinking about FAT format, that is so susceptible to errors, if it is best to change to ext2/ext3 or ntfs, if possible...
Sep
10
comment Bad blocks and Link2SD
Correct me if I'm thinking in wrong way: OS does not "repair bad blocks", but "repair the storage media" marking blocks with write/read error as bad, so after the repair procedure the storage media can be used, where the new available space is nominal one minus the space of all bad blocks together.