PID: (null)

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    I keep having a lot of "null" processes running...sometimes up to 12. I can use a system activity app to shut them off, and once I do that they will stay off for several hours, but then gradually return. I am using an iPad 3 WiFi/4G, running latest iOS software. I upgraded from an iPad 1, and have been using an iPad every day since they first released them. I have never seen this (null) issue before, it does seem to be taking of RAM, but it is difficult to tell.

    Image below is from a system activity app. Anyone with any thoughts?

    Thanks

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    Last edited: Aug 7, 2012
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    Any one with any idea on this???
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    No ideas anyone?
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    I had the same problem. i noticed that if you hit the home button to shut down all of the programs, including SYS-activity, that you might notice that they disappear. I'm thinking that it might have something to do with SYS-activity. At first I thought it might be apps that I erased.

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