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Yes, when you see mmcqd on the top-3 processes most of the time you can assure there is a bottleneck created on any storage/flash. You can check that fact easily at the developer options in Android (how to get it), by enabling view CPU usage, the blue color represents I/O operations (more info). My scenario was more general than the one of the original ...


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I don't even know if this will work, but after having this problem intermittently on an AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and not being able to find DTMF settings anywhere, I found this: Settings > Device > Personalization > Accessibility > Dexterity and Interaction > Press and hold delay (options short, med, long) On a T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy ...


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