Originally Posted by electricpete
I would respectfully disagree. Some apps start a service that can be higher priority than many of the apps you use routinely. Android has memory management built in, but that doesn't mean we don't affect performance if we install a lot of programs that load services.
I agree with the point that the 3rd party app may be no different than the built in app in terms of resource use.
Exactly my thougts.
Yes, that may indeed be the case. It would be interesting if I could actually compare them. If there is no way to restore the removed service then I suppose a third party app will be my only option regardless.