1. anote3fan's Avatar
    What are they?

    They keep running in the running list of application manager, even after I force stop it/

    Any idea what they do? I presume something by samsung?
    02-07-2014 03:16 PM
  2. eyecon82's Avatar
    What are they?

    They keep running in the running list of application manager, even after I force stop it/

    Any idea what they do? I presume something by samsung?
    id like to know as well, they are on my s5
    05-18-2014 10:41 PM
  3. Kdubbn's Avatar
    What are they?

    They keep running in the running list of application manager, even after I force stop it/

    Any idea what they do? I presume something by samsung?

    Have them on my Note 3 as well. From what I understand they can be froze/disabled with no issues so I'm assuming it's bloatware. The only reason I even came across this app or whatever it is was an icon showing up on my screen one day and then went away on it's on. The nerd in me has looked and looked and can't find what this is for and it's driving me insane lol. So if anyone knows I'd love to find out :-)
    07-07-2014 02:55 PM
  4. Gabrielth's Avatar
    I'd like to know as well.I get paranoid when I get a app that has the word 'monitor' in its name and i don't know what is designed to do!
    08-08-2014 06:52 PM
  5. Trees's Avatar
    com.samsung.android.sdk.professionalaudio.utility.jammonitor is the process that runs for the SapaMonitor app/package, best I can tell. From the package name, it appears that its related to audio. This thread indicates the same [q] sapamonitor?... | Galaxy S4 | XDA Forum

    Curious, I checked in GSAM, and via the App Detail feature, scrolled down until I found SapaMonitor. GSAM characterizes SapaMonitor as a package, and jammonitor is it's process. GSAM shows 0.0% battery usage on my Note 3. Assuming that SapaMonitor's job is to monitor audio inputs or similar subsystem, I think its not something to worry about. I played Music off/on during work today, and unplugged/plugged in headphones probably a dozen times.

    Since the picture for SapaMonitor looks like an audio connector, it could be the service that monitors for when an audio connector gets plugged into the headphone jack. I know when I plug in my headphones, a Notification bar alert pops up that says something like "Headphones connected".

    I could, of course, be totally wrong on this. But from a bit of sleuthing around, this appears to be a valid TouchWiz related system service. I wouldn't worry about it.

    I would worry about, and I do so more, the bloatware like My Magazine.
    08-08-2014 08:27 PM
  6. Fran Rocha's Avatar
    Isto não é um vírus, nem algo que trabalha para Samsung, e sim algo que está relacionado à controle de app que usem áudio pro
    09-12-2015 02:06 PM
  7. LunaUnlimited's Avatar
    Someone is spying on you. I had it on my phone and I contacted customer service... they said they wouldn't give me any information on the account without the user name/ password / the email associated with the account and the last four digits of the credit card used to pay for the software because that would violate the security of the account holder. YEP that's right.... THEIR SECURITY. Complete BULL!!!! The info being shared is hidden in a sticky notes app.
    05-15-2016 01:11 AM
  8. Kim freese's Avatar
    Someone is spying on you. I had it on my phone and I contacted customer service... they said they wouldn't give me any information on the account without the user name/ password / the email associated with the account and the last four digits of the credit card used to pay for the software because that would violate the security of the account holder. YEP that's right.... THEIR SECURITY. Complete BULL!!!! The info being shared is hidden in a sticky notes app.
    ,





    So how did you get rid of this. I believe same thing is happening to me
    05-19-2016 07:26 PM
  9. Kim freese's Avatar
    How did you get rid of this, I believe this is happening to me.
    05-19-2016 07:27 PM
  10. Kim freese's Avatar
    Someone is spying on you. I had it on my phone and I contacted customer service... they said they wouldn't give me any information on the account without the user name/ password / the email associated with the account and the last four digits of the credit card used to pay for the software because that would violate the security of the account holder. YEP that's right.... THEIR SECURITY. Complete BULL!!!! The info being shared is hidden in a sticky notes app.
    05-19-2016 07:28 PM
  11. Timjozef's Avatar
    I would like to know what you know. I feel I was a victim of sleephacking from a girl. She ask and ask to see me phone the night before then I go to sleep and she is a diiferent person in the morning. So at first i thought ok she use my fingerprint and got in my phone but now i actually think she installed spy tracking or something on my phone.
    01-16-2017 01:25 PM

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