A year ago I got a used Mindstorms EV3 set, fired it up and played around with my son. I installed a setup where we could write Python scripts to control the robot. The connection to the robot used bluetooth. But it was too time consuming; so we stopped using it.
I think I uninstalled the parts that I could, but lately some EV3 manager part (Lego Mindstorms EV3 manager) has started running itself in the background erroneously, consuming 90% of CPU and heating up the computer. I can stop the process from Activity Monitor. But I struggle to find and remove this program. I have no clue why it fires up randomly!
Any help? If I see a process in Activity Monitor, is it possible to track down the program and remove it?
As suggested on this site, I sampled the rogue process in Activity Monitor to find its Path. The Path is
/Library/EV3 Device Manager/EV3DeviceManager
But navigating to Library I cannot see a folder named EV3 Device Manager at all. I believe I have deleted it in effort to stop this very problem. Also, as suggested here, I emptied trash bin and restarted my Mac. After a while, the rogue process still persists and launches itself maybe once a day.
I also did a search with Finder's search function for any files with EV3 in the name and only found my own written notes about this problem and nothing else.
Any suggestions on what to do next to hunt down and remove this erroneous program?