03-30-2009 06:41 PM
Earlier today, I was getting a message "Content protection is not enabled. Apps are still using Content Protection Key." This is a weird message, since a Content Protection Key is useless to apps on a device where Content Protection is not enabled -- and how did they get the key in the first place? I never had it enabled before.
In any case, I enabled Content Protection to see if it would go away. Later, I get a different message: "Memory cleaning is being enabled. This operation may take a few minutes to complete." I've never touched the "Memory Cleaning" option and do not know its prior status. I'm guessing it is turned on as a result of turning on Content Protection, as the "Memory Cleaning" enable/disable button is locked into the enable state.
So, I think I've answered my questions as to how to resolve these odd errors and learned the results of those options. I'm still not sure about the reason the apps had a content protection key nor why this warning would come up occasionally. Any ideas?
Thanks in advance,
04-06-2009 08:56 AM
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