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Does turning your phone off close apps?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by andyacecandy, Dec 21, 2009.

  1. andyacecandy

    andyacecandy Well-Known Member
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    Just wondering if turning off your phone, closes all of your running apps....
     

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  2. Visionikz03

    Visionikz03 Well-Known Member
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    yes it clears ALL running apps, but the ones that are programmed to start on bootup will automatically startup after reboot anyhow.
     
  3. andyacecandy

    andyacecandy Well-Known Member
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    How do you choose what apps open on startup?
     
  4. kennyidaho

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    Take a guess
    If you turn off your computer does all the apps stop on it?
     
  5. andyacecandy

    andyacecandy Well-Known Member
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    Lol touche........


    how do I choose what apps start on bootup?
     
  6. impaler

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    What process(es) do you need to execute on boot so badly you can't tap once, once the phone is up?

    I'm no Linux expert, but I'm sure you can get into the OS and do this...might need to root it, if you have the guts. I don't! Try here, for starters...

    How to make an application run at boot-up? - Android Developers | Google Groups

    Maybe others with better background can help.
     
  7. ScriptTease

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    click start > run > msconfig

    I figured since it works just like a computer this would be the method...lol
     
  8. andyacecandy

    andyacecandy Well-Known Member
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  9. bkfist

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    No, on a real operating system you would do an rc-update add/delete <program> <runlevel> :)
     
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