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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by JiMinitaur, May 16, 2010.

  1. JiMinitaur

    JiMinitaur Lurker
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    I use Android Mate and Automatic Task Killer myself. Was curious as to what others preferred. They're not perfect, but I keep coming back to these two, because I can't find others I like more.

    Why:

    Android mate:


    • Backup all apps at once.
    • Uninstall
    • App folders
    • Simple cherry picking app killer
    • Integrated file browser.

    Automatic Task killer


    • Automatically works whenever screen turns off. This is helpful when I reboot my phone and all the sprint junk I don't use starts running again.
    • Option to automatically blacklist installed apps

    So how do you manage your phone?
     



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  2. pastafarian

    pastafarian Pâtes avec votre foie

    If you're so concerned with "Sprint junk" running, why not root and remove it instead of killing it over and over? I also use systempanel, it has a slick useful interface and though I'm not a huge task killer user, the kill all widget is useful on the occasional out of control app. I have quick setting on my phone too, mainly because it was my first Android app. With Android, I don't get backing up apps. If you do clear mem/update and restore, the apps no longer look for updates in the marketplace until you manually d/l them again. I don't find it a imposition to d/l them all again right after a update. Before updates, I use app dragon to email a list of the installed apps. I wish I could find an app that would backup all the account and mail settings including k9, that would be a useful backup. I spend way more time re entering all that stuff after a update than I do installing apps.
     
  3. ubervic.dj

    ubervic.dj Lurker

    Hi, new guy here.
    I'm new to smart phones, and I'm running the Eris. Like it a lot! It was set up with Automatic Task Killer at the Verizon store. I did not realize that ATK can be configured to engage automatically whenever the screen turns off---that's great news.:)

    Thanks
     

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