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Old May 26th, 2013, 05:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Killing persistent Amazon Apps (video, Audible, etc)

I rooted my KF 2nd Gen, I want to keep the Amazon apps (Video, Audible, Pictures, etc) but I don't want them to auto-start and consume my battery as I rarely use them. I use Clean Master to kill the apps but they auto-start again a few seconds after, they completelly ignore me no matter how many times I "kill" them, even tried some other App managers and nothing worked, they always auto start.

Any help? thanks.

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I rooted my KF 2nd Gen, I want to keep the Amazon apps (Video, Audible, Pictures, etc) but I don't want them to auto-start and consume my battery as I rarely use them. I use Clean Master to kill the apps but they auto-start again a few seconds after, they completelly ignore me no matter how many times I "kill" them, even tried some other App managers and nothing worked, they always auto start.

Any help? thanks.
I would just install Titanium Backup and then freeze them until you need them
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