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Re: CWRTWidget - what is this?

Counsellor
Posts: 30

CWRTWidget - what is this?

I have installed Battery Monitor 2.0.

In the statistics tab, on the top there is "CWRTWidget".

What is this?

Can I remove? It looks like the top battery consumer.

 

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Mobile Overlord
aspergerguy
Posts: 10,000

Re: CWRTWidget - what is this?


hakapes wrote:

I have installed Battery Monitor 2.0.

In the statistics tab, on the top there is "CWRTWidget".

What is this?


CW Television Network RunTime Widget

Happy to have helped forum with a Support Ratio = 42.5

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Sage
nokton12
Posts: 211

Betreff: CWRTWidget - what is this?

and whats that exactly?
Nokia N9 Black
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Sage
nokton12
Posts: 211

Betreff: CWRTWidget - what is this?

I think its the ovistore
Nokia N9 Black
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Advisor
conductor
Posts: 23

Re: CWRTWidget - what is this?

Somebody from Nokia could answer quickly and seriously about this. I did not install anything new and this widget consumes in new Anna 20% of energy! What's for and what is it? How can I uninstall?
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nokton12
Posts: 211

Re: CWRTWidget - what is this?

 Hi this is a user to user forum, to get an answer from nokia go to contact us.....     a little explantation of cwrt widgets here...                                                                                                                                                                                                             ****The Web Runtime engine allows Web Apps to run outside of the browser. A Web App is a small application built using web technologies such as Javascript, HTML, and CSS. These are often run inside a browser as add-ons.  these Web Apps can also be installed and behave as stand-alone applications ( like ovistore etc.)****     

 

I don't know wich new web apps are in anna that maybe run after update ( maybe in background), you have to check this out

Nokia N9 Black
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Advisor
conductor
Posts: 23

Re: CWRTWidget - what is this?

Thanks! that will be difficult - I can not imagine what is the use of several applications. I can try uninstall one by one....
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Advisor
conductor
Posts: 23

Re: CWRTWidget - what is this?

Also other widgets run in background, eg. UI or SSOU...also consuming energy. I do not like much to be identified all the time....and to see my battery loosing power! Are they necessary?
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Mobile Visionary
no1_slumko
Posts: 1,177

Re: CWRTWidget - what is this?

[ Edited ]

Read what nokton12 said carefully.

Most, if not all, of your widgets fall under that category. notice that the amount it uses will decrease if you set your widgets to offline mode or use them less.

 

Count the number of widgets on your homescreens and think about how often they are in use. Don't think that 20% battery usage actually makes sense?

Show your appreciation. Hit that kudos button real hard
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Registered Member
ElectronKiller
Posts: 1

Re: CWRTWidget - what is this?

Use other then builten browser to stop CWRTWidget.
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Contributor
anilkoc
Posts: 5

Re: CWRTWidget - what is this?

my cwrt widget stopped working and now i cant use ergo's memory info, social and im chat programs. How can i fix this problem?
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Advisor
conductor
Posts: 23

Re: CWRTWidget - what is this?

Try to reinstall the Symbian Anna, all should be there. After all the widget deams useful, not consuming too much energy.
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