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Old 09-10-2011, 09:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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periodically, especially after boot, within 1-2 minutes the whole DEVICE lags and theres data transfer both ways (2 arrows)

net_rim_services_impl uses 96+% CPU and renders the device nearly unusable..

this is whats in the event log when this happens
Code:
i net.rim.calendar.ota - RESP
i net.rim.calendar.ota.data
it just keeps REPEATING this calendar crap over


my calendar is BLANK and i dont even use the calendar...

this happens periodically and it keeps throwing those calendar sync or whatever that is entries, causes data usage, and 100% cpu for approx 15 minutes a time..

what is going on?


edit: I fixed the problem

the problem was the AOL email calendar has some issue (i dont think aol even has a calendar)
i deleted my AOL email CICAL service book and INSTANTLY everything stopped

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