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Old July 7th, 2010, 01:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I received my galaxy s yesterday after returning my HTC desire and I am more than happy with it so far just one thing that has been ruining my joy is that after installing advance task killer and setting it to auto-end running apps every 2 hours (excluding any apps I though were important) I find that when it auto ends it resets all the apps running meaning my screen will blank out and everything reloads a few seconds later... any help greatly appreciated thanks in advance.

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Hey guys

I received my galaxy s yesterday after returning my HTC desire and I am more than happy with it so far just one thing that has been ruining my joy is that after installing advance task killer and setting it to auto-end running apps every 2 hours (excluding any apps I though were important) I find that when it auto ends it resets all the apps running meaning my screen will blank out and everything reloads a few seconds later... any help greatly appreciated thanks in advance.
That will be TwLauncher being closed down.
Get hold of SystemPanel which is by far the very best Application tool.
It shows you everything you need to know about apps, memory, battery drainage, temperature, CPU use, etc.
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Thanks, but after trolling the forum's for an answer I came to the conclusion that it's probably best to just uninstall ATK.

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That's all fine and dandy until you find one particular program is playing up and not letting you use it correctly; the only way to then stop it is to power off and reboot.

At least with a App killer you can stop it in it's tracks without having to resort to a reboot.

Having said that, I don't particularly like ATK myself.
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What does TWlauncher do?
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