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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by justtom, Aug 8, 2012.

  1. justtom

    justtom Android Enthusiast
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    Ok I know your not suppose to use a task killer app on Android/linux so that's not what this post is about I know the risks and different opions.But what I do want to share is that out of boredom & curiosity I went ahead and installed it and set it to auto kill every hour its been six hours on a full battery and it only droped to 91% in that time.That amount of charge is something I have never experienced while in use and and with out any interruption in speed,smoothness,performance with that being said I am going to keep it for the time being.Any one else use it?
     



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  2. cmc7272

    cmc7272 Lurker

    hello, fellow warp owner here, besides having it auto kill every hour, do you have the kill settings at safe or aggressve
     
  3. justtom

    justtom Android Enthusiast
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    Safe mode :smokingsomb:
     
  4. UnknownUser1

    UnknownUser1 Android Expert

    I got it and put it on safe mode and ill gove it a shot for a bit its set to kill on screen lock but ithink i might still use bomb that task instead ill update after a few hours of use
     
  5. Marty_Since87

    Marty_Since87 Android Expert

    I use advanced task manager to kill task/apps when I take my phone out of sleep mode.
     
  6. bricky

    bricky Well-Known Member

    Yes I used it and I liked it it stopped all those abs from bothering the hell out of me and running all the time but I guess we are not supposed to use it I never had any problems with it draining my battery
     
  7. bricky

    bricky Well-Known Member

    With all the glitches and funny behavior of the world that's the least of my problems
     
  8. kgreendenver

    kgreendenver Well-Known Member

    I like it. I've been using it for some time and its what stopped my phone from the reboot drama that used to happen all the time I know someone had some alternatives what were they?
     
  9. bricky

    bricky Well-Known Member

    I meant all the funny behavior of the warp not world
     
  10. UnknownUser1

    UnknownUser1 Android Expert

    I honestly dont really feel its that great im goin back to bomb that task tomarrow before i make my final decision but i think ill prefer it
     
  11. Marty_Since87

    Marty_Since87 Android Expert

    I never heard of that app, I'll try it out tomorrow.
     
  12. UnknownUser1

    UnknownUser1 Android Expert

    I switched back and it made a difference in my opinion
     
  13. SelfElevated2

    SelfElevated2 Android Expert

    There is also an app called rebooter (there are more than one with that name) , it has the options from an extended power menu but also a hotboot but which is what I use it for,( basic restarts the phone but doesn't shut the screen off, it reboots your phone in like 5 seconds.) i would definitely recommend it. Also ram booster is my task killer of choice. It puts a transparent symbol on the notification bar that you click to free ram at any time without leaving what ever your doing..
     
  14. justtom

    justtom Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    SelfElevated2 thanks for your input,Do you think you can post a link for anyone that might be interested,saying there are more than one with that name and no link is pretty useless.I my self have been testing it for 36 hrs now and am very impressed with Advanced task killer and will be sticking with this on the warp for the time being.
     
  15. SelfElevated2

    SelfElevated2 Android Expert

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  16. cnymoeman

    cnymoeman Member

    Sign'd always told everyone to use it....I don't wanna say told you soooo but....off to moe.down I go for the weekend!!
     
  17. kgreendenver

    kgreendenver Well-Known Member

    Trying ram booster for the day. I'll review it tonight.
     
  18. kgreendenver

    kgreendenver Well-Known Member

    One early update, I'm getting way more ram than atk. About thirty mb.
     

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