I just recently came over to the S4 from the LTEvo and am trying to figure out all the different ways Samsung does things differently than HTC in regards to app management.
One of the things I am trying to figure out is how to shut this app off. It's a nice app to have if your remote breaks or goes missing but after playing around with it for a bit I most likely won't be needing it again in the near future but when I went to shut it off I couldn't find a way to do so. Of course I realize I could just uninstall the app but I'd prefer to figure out how to just shut it off. There has to be a way to do that, right?
I can go into app manager and force close it and it appears to be off but when I drag down to view the notifications it automatically restarts. Is the only way to stop this to uninstall it all together? If so, why would they design it that way?
Is this how I can expect alot of Samsung apps to work? One thing HTC did that I liked is they made it really easy to manage apps. I've only had my S4 a few days but so far it seems as though Samsung doesn't do as good a job as HTC in this regard.
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