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Part Number: DRA745
Dear Android (6AM.1.X) expert,
This issue was found on DRA745 running Andoird 6AM.1.2.
When do scaling and transparency changes for two imageviews to show an animation. The memory consumption of the application keep increasing at speed about 15MB per hour.
This might not be memory leak in our code as it's quite a simple one and we have check it carefully.
We doubt it may caused by graphich related HAL or PVR driver.
We also install our application to on DRA7XX_EVM board runing pure 6AM.1.3 prebuilt image from TI website. This issue still happened.
However, this doesn't happened on 6AL.1.2.
So please Android/Dra7xx expert familarly 6AM.1.X help us fixing this issue.
Software engineer from Singulato auto
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Thanks for the update, it is quite an interesting observation. There hasn't beenmuch difference in the graphics binaries from 6AM1.3-P1 to 6AO1.0. So far fromyour analysis, the following holds (correct me if I am mistaken)
Couple of questions
I have tried reproducing this issue with our intermediate release leading to6AO1.0 and could not reproduce in it. So far its likely isolated to 6AM1.3release. I don't have any updates on the fix yet but this is still in activedebug.
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