Help Missing CZ Filemanager causing high CPU load

Yasla

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Hello,
a few days ago I started a thread explaining high CPU load on any kernel from this forum except the Stock kernel. After testing with over 10+ emulators I found the reason. Only when CZ Filemanager is installed the system_server will take 0-1% of CPU load, deleting CZ will keep system_server + logd at 20+% (Stock kernel will still be at 0%).

As I want to use an emulator bypass for PUBG I have to remove CZ. So I need help and method ideas to reach my goal.

I know that system_server is in the framework and has the job to start processes. It probably tries to start CZ continously or something like that.
Any help is requested.
Thanks
 

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You didn't understand the topic I think. Everytime I start PUBG in all OS the system_server and logd process will take 20% of CPU load (If CZ file manager is uninstalled, all gxp kernel except Stock).

I hadn't installed CPU-Z before.

After testing everything I found out that installing CPU-Z and starting it 2x Times will fix this CPU load problem.

I know it doesn't make any sense but it is true and I wish you all could take a look at my system. 😊
what i want to say is use htop to see your CPU load or other stats.
CPUz might not work properly with phoenix os as it's developed for mobile chipset not x86.
to run it open gearlock goto gearlock extensions then choose htop.
you can also directly run it from terminal by pressing alt+f1 and then type htop
 

Yasla

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what i want to say is use htop to see your CPU load or other stats.
CPUz might not work properly with phoenix os as it's developed for mobile chipset not x86.
to run it open gearlock goto gearlock extensions then choose htop.
you can also directly run it from terminal by pressing alt+f1 and then type htop
I always used top to see CPU load. CPU-Z wasn't even installed.
The problem gets fixed after installing CPU-Z and opening 2 times.
 

Yasla

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Lol!
He's not using CPU-Z for the work it is build to do
Exactly XD...I installed it first to look if the app will show me the same load as the top command. After the second time I've opened it the load dropped to 1% and I was like "WTF is going on". Checked the top command says 1% too. Since then it works everytime opening CPU-Z twice after boot.
 

will

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Olá,
alguns dias atrás, comecei um tópico explicando a alta carga da CPU em qualquer kernel deste fórum, exceto o kernel Stock. Depois de testar com mais de 10 emuladores, descobri o motivo. Somente quando o CZ Filemanager está instalado, o system_server terá 0-1% da carga da CPU, a exclusão do CZ manterá o system_server + logd em 20 +% (o kernel de estoque ainda estará em 0%).

Como desejo usar um bypass do emulador para PUBG, preciso remover o CZ. Portanto, preciso de ajuda e de idéias de métodos para alcançar meu objetivo.

Eu sei que system_server está no framework e tem o trabalho de iniciar processos. Ele provavelmente tenta iniciar o CZ continuamente ou algo parecido.
Qualquer ajuda é solicitada.
Obrigado
Já passei por esse problema, o que funciona para mim é congelar os serviços do Google Play e o histórico do jogo. Às vezes, apenas congelar a história do jogo é o suficiente. Teste lá. Minha teoria tem a ver com os arquivos de braço!
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Hello,
a few days ago I started a thread explaining high CPU load on any kernel from this forum except the Stock kernel. After testing with over 10+ emulators I found the reason. Only when CZ Filemanager is installed the system_server will take 0-1% of CPU load, deleting CZ will keep system_server + logd at 20+% (Stock kernel will still be at 0%).

As I want to use an emulator bypass for PUBG I have to remove CZ. So I need help and method ideas to reach my goal.

I know that system_server is in the framework and has the job to start processes. It probably tries to start CZ continously or something like that.
Any help is requested.
Thanks
I've been through this problem, what works for me is to freeze google play services and play history. Sometimes just freezing play history is enough. Test it there. My theory has to do with the arm files!
 

Yasla

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Já passei por esse problema, o que funciona para mim é congelar os serviços do Google Play e o histórico do jogo. Às vezes, apenas congelar a história do jogo é o suficiente. Teste lá. Minha teoria tem a ver com os arquivos de braço!
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I've been through this problem, what works for me is to freeze google play services and play history. Sometimes just freezing play history is enough. Test it there. My theory has to do with the arm files!
My Google Play services are already removed by Gearlock(permanent google-less mode) and deleting PUBG cache doesn't fix it for me...
CPU-Z still only solution for me
 

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