HTC EVO 4G :: App Killer Not Killing Talk App / Way To Do

Jun 20, 2010

Advanced app killer is not killing talk app. talk isn't even on the list to select it

HTC EVO 4G :: App killer not killing talk app / Way to do


HTC Desire :: Task Killer Not Killing Apps

Jul 29, 2010

I have tried 3 different task killers but each one do not seem to be killing the task even though it says it is. When i open the "killed" apps, they open to the last screen before they were killed. I am using the froyo ROM. On 2.1, when the apps were killed and then re-opened them, it always went back to the main screen.

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General :: Task Killer Not Killing Apps?

Dec 31, 2013

I downloaded advanced task killer and select all the extra apps that I want to stop running however I can clearly see from the status bar that the app is still running. Things like brightness slider and stuff. Greenify seemed to actually really work but since I'm not rooted I cannot use that anymore.

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General :: Make HTC Task Killer Avoid Killing App

Aug 11, 2012

I set my min free values on my phone so that it would be more aggressive in killing apps. But I don't want to kill juice defender when I hit kill all. Is there a way to make HTC task killer on sense 4 to avoid killing the app or setting juice defenders oom values lower?

HTC Sensation 4G

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HTC Hero :: Advanced Task Killer / Not Killing Apps Properly

Sep 7, 2010

ok so i click call apps and 2 secs later most of them are back,I just killed these and they are back within 2 secs and i have not even used them for atleast a day how can i kill them until i click to open and automatically close when i come out of any program

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HTC Desire :: Task Killer - When Killing Some Apps The Screen Seems To Restart

Jun 1, 2010

I've been using a Task killer without problem since I got the Desire but since yesterday when reading through one of the threads on here and downloading a load of stuff the Task Killer has started behaving badly, I've tried two different Task Killers and they're both doing the same.

When killing some apps the screen seems to restart, like it killed the Sense UI but I've put all the system processes on the ignore list.

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HTC EVO 4G : How To Refresh Web Site / Facebook Without Killing Internet With Task Killer?

Jul 1, 2010

I cannot figure out how to refresh a web site or facebook without killing the internet with a task killer. I can go back to the web or facebook hours after closing them and the same page comes up. Any tips for how to fix this?

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Motorola Droid X :: Advanced Task Killer - Killing My Alarms Text VM

Aug 5, 2010

Iv'e had nothing but weird problems since day one of my DroidX. I just received a DX hoping it was Hardware issue's (even though I was convinced it was software related). Everyone kept telling me it was because I rooted my droid, but I disagree.

Come to find out it was Advanced Task Killer causing my problems. I had it set to "Auto Kill" and set the level to "Crazy" and set it to "When Screen Turns Off".

It was killing my alarms, Killing Txt, VM, missed call Notifications, and restarting my phone because it was killing an important process....

IDK if anyone has already posted something about this (I didnt see anything) so I figured i'd throw it out there. Im still currently using ATK but the Auto Kill is turned off. Sending New DX back to Verizon.

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HTC Droid Eris :: Battery Killer - Google Talk Service

May 20, 2010

Thought it would be a prudent thread to list all of the battery killing apps and processes (ie don't shut down right)that have been found in 2.1. The one that I found, the hard way after 3 straight days of only getting 10 hours of battery life, is the Google Talk service. I accidentally opened it and System Panel didn't kill it. I only found it by looking at Battery Uses>Running Services.

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Android :: Difference Between Task Killer And Android OS Killing An Application

Sep 29, 2010

Is there any difference between what happens when you use a Task Killer App to kill an app vs. what happens when the Android OS kills an app due to scarce resources? The Android SDK says that the Application.onTerminate() method isn't called when the OS kills an app due to scarce resources. So it sounds like the OS doesn't cleanly close apps and that it does exactly what the much-debated task killers do. If they do the same thing, then task killers don't do any more harm than the OS itself, right?

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General :: Talk Notifications - No Talk App Installed

May 26, 2013

I am using IMO for Instant Messaging and so i removed the TALK app from my Nexus one (running Oxygen Rom) using Titanium backup.Recently there was an update in TALK app and i wanted to try it (Hangouts) so i installed it from the playstore. It was very slow on my mobile so i removed it again.

Now i am getting Talk notifications (with the old TALK icon) in the notification bar. along with the IMO notifications. When i click on the Talk notifications it does not open any app. and the messages that are notified by TALK are missing in the IMO app so its very frustrating.

So i thought it must be the HANGOUTS app and re installed it from the Play Store. Now i get Hangout notification, Talk notification and IMO notification. I removed the Hangouts app from the Application Manager and i still getting the TALK notifications.

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Android :: Task Killer Auto Killer

Jul 3, 2010

I want a task killer that automatically kills processes when they load. Some apps like HTC sense and the built in messanger app I would love having them killed instantly, is there one that i can get? Before you say, yes the Eris DOES need a task killer. Asked any eris user, once it gets below 30 MB of ram, it slows down to a near halt. They majority of thos for me is processes that load without me telling them too, and ons that I never use, such as htc sense or the default messager apps. I'm rooted btw.

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Android :: Favorite Task Killer - Manager - Advanced Task Killer Free

Aug 22, 2009

Anyway, I just wanted for everyone to post their favorite Task Manager/Killer, and why, and if there are any flaws. I personally use Advanced Task Killer Free. It has a simple UI, and the when you select or unselect apps it remebers it so next time you launch the app you can only remove the apps that you usually do, and keep ones that always run. It doesn't slow down or break the system.

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Motorola Droid X :: Automatic Task Killer Vs Advanced Task Killer

Sep 9, 2010

Has anyone used both. Ive heard that that Advanced Task Killer, still drains the battery. What about the Automatic Task Killer, which puts everything to sleep when not in use.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Killing Native Apps

Jul 7, 2010

There are some apps like the NASCAR one that I will never need. Is it a problem to kill apps that are pre-installed on the EVO using ATK or one of the file/task manager apps? Any apps I should not kill for stability reasons?

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HTC Desire :: Browser Killing Bug

Apr 28, 2010

I do: open browser -> menu -> more -> Settings -> Default Zoom -> "Close" -> back button and then browser crushes, next time I try to start it it crashes again. anyone had same problem?

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HTC Hero :: Taskiller Not Killing

Dec 2, 2009

I downloaded taskiller and dont really know what im doing. The Icon just climbs from 1 to X. How do I kill these tasks and get my CPU usage down?

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HTC Incredible :: Something Is Killing My Battery

Aug 8, 2010

I've updated handcent and facebook and now my phone dies while I'm sleeping. It was at 50% when I went to bed. I have the sync for facebook set at once a day and never had this happen till after I updated those two apps. I now have to charge my phone 3 times a day! This is getting ridiculous.

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Android :: Killing Apps All Time?

May 26, 2010

I'm a new Droid Eris user and I am constantly having to kill my apps in order to free up memory to keep my lag time and speed adequate. Will I continue to have to do this throughout the life of my phone? Why if I kill the Apps with Advanced Task Killer do the apps keep activating?

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HTC Incredible :: Apps Still Running After Killing

Aug 30, 2010

I just installed Froyo tonight and reinstalled my apps and use Advanced Task Killer free and when I kill my apps it seems as though I always have some running or they will start running without me doing anything. I have News and Weather, Slacker, Voice search, and Skype mobile running and when I click on KILL selected apps It leaves Voice search running. If I click Kill again Slacker, News and weather and voice search are running. Why are these apps running when I'm not actually running them? Any ideas?

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Motorola CLIQ :: What Is Killing My Battery?

Apr 1, 2010

So I never use wifi or GPS. I keep the screen pretty low and don't use the motoblur stuff. I still can't get trough a day! Does Open Home or Panda Home kill the battery? What about my SlideIt keyboard?

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Samsung Captivate :: Anyone's Phone Killing Itself?

Jul 18, 2010

I bought mine at around 1 and have used it regularly with no slow down. I installed LauncherPro when I first got it, and it worked perfect. However, a few minutes ago, my phone just went black, aside from my topmost bar. I pressed the power button and nothing, so I took my battery out, and started it up again...and the same thing happened: black after a few seconds. It's happened 6 times in a row now. What do I do?

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Android :: Finish Not Killing Activity

Apr 12, 2009

I've got an application that has (among other things) three Activities, let's call them A, B, and C. A is the main navigation point for the entire application, and launches B and C directly using startActivity(). They work fine that way. However, when I call C from inside B, I get a strange problem. The code for launching Activity C is exactly the same in both places. The problem is the hardware back button. In the emulator, it takes two presses of the back button in order to close Activity C and come back to B. On a G1, it takes 3 or 4 presses. Upon seeing this, I implemented the usual suspects in C - onPause(), onStop(), and onDestroy(), and onResume() in B. When I press the back button from C and it doesn't work, I get onPause(), onStop(), onDestroy () - in that order, but nothing happens. When it works (on press 3 or 4 on the G1), I get onPause(), then onResume() in B, then onStop() and onDestroy().

I've tried catching the key press of the back button and calling finish (), but that doesn't make a difference. Has anyone seen this? To pre-empt some questions: All C does is display some data. There are no threads or any other special resources that C might have an active handle to that's preventing it from closing. But out of curiosity, if it did, how would I detect that? Any ideas for further diagnostics here?

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HTC Incredible :: Camera Killing Battery

Jun 2, 2010

Will take the past three days for example. Monday i took ONE picture and all day under menu>settings>about phone>battery>battery use..... it said the camera app used 94% of my battery and that was after a days use.

Tuesday then rolls around and i didn't use my camera and i had charged my phone monday night but whats weird is it still said the camera app used about 87% of my battery and my battery died QUICK that day.

Today is wednesday and so far the only time i used my camera was when i quickly opened the bar code scanner app but i didn't even scan a code i just opened it for maybe 3 seconds and today it says the camera used 47% of my battery.

Is my camera app staying open even though under running services it isn't there and neither is it there when i use task killers such as "Android system Info"

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General :: Hiding Apps Without Killing Them?

Oct 12, 2012

Is there any way to hide apps from the drawer but WITHOUT killing those apps

-Rooted

-also tried "Go Launcher" but its very easy to unhide it from menu no protection at all

-Tried "Hide it Pro" = Killing the apps

-Tried "ccswe app manager" = same killing the apps

I need Password Protected Manager To "HIDE" the apps icons only while "Keep them Running in background"

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Android :: Saving Service Killing Without StartForeground

Nov 20, 2009

I am running a background Android Service as VoIP Framework which provides different VoIP services to different Android applications, (VoIP call, Video Call, etc). The service establishes a network connection with the Server(Service Provider) and does some initial handshake before it can start providing service to the Android applications, that's why though of starting the service on BOOT_COMPLETED event.

The problem is when the service gets started on BOOT_COMPLETED event, before even it finishes the initial network connection with server and handshaking, it gets killed by the system. I have tried using setForeground which improves the behavior a bit but still gets killed mid-way. I am working with old version 1.5 r3 of SDK and hence, cannot use "startForeground". Is there a way out or another alternative available with SDK 1.5 r3?

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Motorola Droid X :: LauncherPro Keeps Killing Widgets

Sep 21, 2010

All of those with Launcher Pro Plus, check out the update. I bought the Pure Messenger widget strictly to have an integrated Facebook/Twitter feed. I am strictly an idle browser of both feeds - that is, I don't take them very seriously and just scroll through them occasionally. Consequently, I have no need for advanced tools, just an updating feed that I can peruse once in a while. Now LPP has a "friends" widget that is not only a free update to the app, but is faster and smoother than the Pure Messenger widget.

Also, LPP now has customizable rows/columns so you can set as many rows/columns as you want on the homescreens. This is super convenient because I always thought there should have been 5 columns on the homescreens.

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Motorola Droid :: Stopping BB V0.4 From Killing LauncherPro?

Jul 25, 2010

I think, because of it's memory management, BB v0.4 keeps killing LauncherPro on me so that when I go back to my homescreen, LauncherPro needs to reload itself. Is there anyway to specifically exclude LauncherPro from being killed by BB? I know it's not another task killed b/c I don't have any others installed.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Apps Running Starting Them / Killing Battery

Jun 13, 2010

I have an EVO and I have a problem with it. I downloaded the app Advanced Task Killer to take care of apps running in the background. However sometimes when I pull it up I find that things like Sprint Navigation, Qik, Voice Dialer, and sometimes others are running without me pulling them up. My question is, how do I keep these apps from doing this, because they kill my battery when they come on and I don't know it?

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Android :: Application Killing - Expending Power

Nov 11, 2009

It seems to me that all of these much-touted app killing programs are pretty much worthless. I kill all sorts of stuff I never even opened, and 5 minutes later, it's back again. I'm probably expending more power killing programs than I would if I just let the phone sit idle. Am I mistaken? What good are the app killing programs if the programs keep coming back? I'm starting to wonder if the hyped "run multiple applications at once" bit is more of a drawback than anything. Edit: Would there be any harm in removing the Footprints, Twitter, Gmail and Market programs that came with the phone that I don't use yet keep popping up?

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