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  1. PatyCake

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    Hey guys, i have a droid incredible 2 on verizon. Does anyone have any suggestions for the BEST task killer and the BEST anti virus software/app?
     

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    no task killer is best! and why do you need an AV program?
     
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    Which task killer do you use? And something like lookoit mobile security
     
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    i don't use a task killer. that's why i said no task killer is best. if you read more in the forums, you'll see that task killers are generally bad for android. it will actually make your battery life worse.

    and still wondering why you need an antivirus program?
     
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    Oh okay, thanks for the firat part. And because i just do. I like the feeling of security
     
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    Lookout mobile security scans software for malicious code and has remote lockout, alarm, and locating capabilities. All for free.

    Task killers are a no-no.
    If you're looking to extend your battery life, read through the thread stickied at the top about battery saving tips.
     
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    I like advanced task manager. I know lots of people say they don't help, but I find that they do for me. I don't se a reason for an AntiVirus app though.
     

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