Support How do I stop "advanced task manager"

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by speedilad, May 18, 2010.

  1. speedilad

    speedilad Member
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    How do I stop "advanced task manager" I want to quit the application... Not uninstall...
     

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  2. jgigs

    jgigs Well-Known Member
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    open advanced task manager and make sure advanced task manager is checked and click the kill selected apps...
     
  3. paimon.soror

    paimon.soror Well-Known Member
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    download another task manager to kill advanced task manager :p
     
  4. Bluefab5

    Bluefab5 Active Member
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    Ha, that's pretty funny.
     
  5. speedilad

    speedilad Member
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    you are a riot! I don't need a comic, I need an answer!!!
     
  6. seVer

    seVer Well-Known Member
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    you already got one
     
  7. Yaksha

    Yaksha Well-Known Member
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    Advanced Task Manager may have its own process in the Ignore list. Remove it from the Ignore list and you can have it suicide.
     
  8. jclake

    jclake Well-Known Member
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    Settings > Applications > Manage Applications > Advanced Task Manager > Force Stop
     
  9. speedilad

    speedilad Member
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    Yo! Thanks! That did it... I should have figured that out... Duh!
     
  10. Nadool

    Nadool New Member
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    I only want task manager to run when I open it because it auto kills stuff that I don't want it to like my live wallpapers and such. So I usually keep it closed, but I just noticed that it was running and I did not open it...how do I make that not happen? It's pretty annoying.
     
  11. Nadool

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    Nevermind...I just added those things to the ignore list. Still wondering why it ran on it's own though, I disabled autostart.
     
  12. howarmat

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    get rid of the useless app anyway and get something far more useful like System Panel.
     
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  13. NightAngel79

    NightAngel79 Bounty Hunter Administrator
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    I'll second that. SystemPanel is the way to go. If ATK is a high school student then Systempanel is in graduate school
     

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