MDNSD Android Facebook not responding



Facebook not responding Android

Getting your battery draining fast, due to the MDNSD process Android, or your Facebook app doesn't show content and isn't responding?

Then... you'll most likely have to uninstall your Facebook app to get your battery back for other uses, if MDNSD battery usage is high.

What is MDNSD Android

The Android MDNSD service process is a DNS daemon - meaning, it is a supporting process for other apps to query websites, running in background. It might use too much battery due to Facebook app, or another one doing a lot of Internet queries (for example, Firefox). You can't stop it directly, but you can try stopping the apps using it.

Mozilla Firefox website

MDNSD removal

Before uninstalling the application, try the following : clear the cache, and force the app to stop. It sometimes is enough, but not always, and, in any case, won't be sustainable, and will have to be done again.

If this isn't enough, try also stopping the Messenger app - it sometimes help.

How to stop MDNSD

Meanwhile, until a good fix is created for your phone, uninstalling the Android MDNSD app does the trick - and you can access the mobile version on a web browser.

What apps use MDNSD

Application accessing the Internet are using the MDNSD Android process, such as the Facebook app, or Internet browsers like Mozilla Firefox.

Other sources

Solved: MDNSD draining battery - Support forum
Solved: What is MDNSD and why is it killing my battery? - AT&T Community
MDNSD process killing my battery | Android Forums
SOLVED: How to remove the MDNSD its draining my battery - Samsung Galaxy S5 - iFixit

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