Needs better detection of root privileges Galaxy Note 5 N920W8. Device is rooted. Multiple applications obtain root privileges successfully yet this app refuses to run citing that my device is not rooted. Tried rebooting and it requested su permission which I granted through supersu. Even after this it still won't load and just throws out the "device not rooted"message.
Holy crap! It actually works!!! After suffering for months of horrible battery life watching "mediaserver" drain 25% of my battery I was ready to give up on my HTC one m7. Calibration tricks didn't work, wiping cache didn't, resetting phone didn't, changing roms didn't, greenify didn't, uninstalling apps and configuring settings did nothing. Setting this app to run every 20 minutes has tripled my (rooted) phones battery life. Mediserver isn't even mentioned in my usage stats anyomore. Hallelujah!
Galaxy s5 mediaserver fixed! I have a samsung galaxy s5 (G900F) kitkat 4.4.2 rooted device and am always tweeking to improve speed/battery/kill apps etc but always had mediaserver running as a wakelock and would drain battery sometimes in just a few hours of non use. Its now 12:30am and I still have 45% battery from a day of decent use. Thank you. Wish i found this app waaay sooner
Great app! I tried everything I could think of after lots of googling and reading potential solutions. App works great. Now my G4 has good battery life again and doesn't feel like burning charcoal. Thanks!
good Working for me. Thank you. As for the media server issue to begin with, I swear if Google doesn't fix it in Lollipop, I'm going back to Iphone. Sick to death of this battery draining bug..
S7 edge Device not rooted but the app seems to be working. Every time I unlock my phone it says media server has been killed. My phone isn't hot anymore. So far so good.
# Display message when not rooted
# add xda-link
# display toast when Mediaserver not killed, due to ignore list apps activity
# set min SDK to 15 (if there is still demand for Honeycomb compatibility, let me know!)