Startup Manager (Free)

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by afoualer, May 28, 2010.

  1. afoualer

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    Startup Manager is the most comprehensive and easy-to-use system startup entry monitor and management tool specially designed for Android smartphone. It shows you precisely what applications and processes are configured to run during system startup or login. To safely disable a startup entry from running at system startup, just uncheck its checkbox from the Startup Manager’s entry list. If you are not sure which entry should be enabled or disabled, just click on the entry and you can view the detailed properties for each startup entries. Now in version 1.5, you can also customize your own startup items by adding your favorite applications.
    A must have for android users! Enjoy!
     

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  2. hellojane

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    Looks neat gonna give it a shot.
     
  3. Colorado_Al

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    No workee on my EVO.
    Does this need root?
    Every app I try to prevent from starting on boot gives an error and the app says "Fail!"
     
  4. OstrichSaK

    OstrichSaK Well-Known Member
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    Root is required.
     
  5. reech

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    Pah. Any non-rooty ones about?
     
  6. afoualer

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    Blink for Adroid not requeired rooty:D
     
  7. reech

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    Well, nice as a game, but not much use as a startup manager ;)
     
  8. afoualer

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    Lol, you can Add your favorite applications (including 3rd party user apps or system apps) to system startup and with One click to view detailed properties for each startup entries:D
     
  9. hellojane

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    I hacked my phone to use this app...Seems worth the risk so far. Are there any other root required apps to install?
     
  10. csoga

    csoga Active Member
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    Dev, thanks for your effort and time spent but... this didn't actually help me gain any free mem. on reboot... still had to use a task killer to get rid of ~11 apps that I did not want to start.
     
  11. afoualer

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    Wooo, that seems so bad!!!!!!!
     
  12. bluenova

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    Titanium backup, for sure.
     
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  13. andreezy

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    Can someone let us know which developer made this? there are several different apps named "Startup Manager"

    THANKS!

     
  14. RazzleFnDazzle

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    I use startup cleaner 2.0 on my stock Evo. It works great for me.
     
  15. afoualer

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    Developer of Startup Manager is Downloadandroid. You can check it here
     
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  17. hellojane

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    Lol I spent so much time to learn Titanium backup!!!! Anyway worth it :p
     
  18. viperkillertt

    viperkillertt New Member
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    The one discussed in this post is now not free. Anyone find a good one that is free?
     
  19. afoualer

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    Maybe it's bad, but the paid one is worth I think ;)
     
  20. bhavlo

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    I realize this thread isn't recent but I read through it and tried Startup Manager on my new Droid X. The thing I don't understand is that Startup Manager may remove the application from the startup during boot, but after a little time I still see the same apps running even if I haven't used them.

    Can any one explain this to me?
     

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