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Old May 26th, 2013, 06:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default PopupuiReceiver???

Does anyone knows what PopupuiReceiver is?everytime i end it in task manager it starts again.it can t be uninstalled or disabled from application manager...

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Never heard of that particular program however task managers generally have the opposite affect then what we desire. Android does a much better job at managing its memory than what either you or I could do. You see every time you end a task and it starts back up Android thinks its an important task there for it reserves memory for that task.
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Mad What Popupuireceiver really is

I've been monitoring this program for a hile now and I had once disabled it (though I've forgotten how) and I finally realize what it is. Have you ever gotten random popups while using your device?? THAT'S what it is. It is simply a popup user interface receiver... a direct marketing tool to advertise to you. Apps that I have NEVER had ads pop up with all of a sudden have random pop ups. Though I've liked Samsung's equipment so far,I'm really considering switching to HTC or the dreaded Sony because of this.
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