Support How to properly use ATK

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by lildonovan000, Jul 15, 2010.

  1. lildonovan000

    lildonovan000 Member
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    Would it most effectively be used if I put the widget on my homescreen and clicked it every so often to kill all apps?
     

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  2. upther

    upther Well-Known Member
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    The most effective way would be to uninstall it and then download SystemPanel. You don't need to be killing apps all the time.
     
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  3. 06Stang

    06Stang Well-Known Member
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    +1. I'm getting better battery life without it now. No need for it. I'm going from 8am to well past 1am next morning with no performance problems or lag.
     
  4. sontaikle

    sontaikle Well-Known Member
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    The only time I ever use ATK is when I know I have a crapload of apps running. I always have ATK kill itself in that process too (does it commit suicide then?)
     
  5. Nick The Great

    Nick The Great Well-Known Member
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    I never do the automatic killing spree with ATK. Just selectively (manually) kill the few things I don't feel need to be running.

    And I like killing ATK with ATK. Call me morbid, but the irony of it makes me laugh. Though you have to wonder if it actually kills itself. Kinda like the light in the fridge . . . :eek:
     
  6. contagous

    contagous Well-Known Member
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    +1 System Panel :)
     
  7. yojoe600

    yojoe600 Well-Known Member
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    system panel is all you need to kill your apps
     

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