I have bunch of usual stuff going on in my phone (Samsung Grand, Android 4.1.2) like app auto-updates, Twitter, Dropbox, etc. Most of the time it's clear what the network-related settings for them are (wifi-only all the things) and they are clearly reflected in data stats.
The one exception is "CloudAgent" process, which:
- does not really make it obvious what it belongs to (is this part of Android? Samsung custom stuff?)
- eats space like crazy (its folder was well over 1GB out of 4GB system space)
- eats network, even when not on wifi
While it doesn't really cause any serious issues, it is highly confusing - what it is, what it does and which settings control it?