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  1. euroemkay2

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    i wanted to know what apps a good? ive been messing around with the evo since i got it friday.. trying to see what is killing the battery and stuff like that.. i do have a task killer. but i check my battery status and it says that the task killer is actually 93% of killing the battery??
     

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    i have the same prob and it was told to kill the task killer itself... might work who knows
     
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    also having a problem with the factory alarm clock, and or 3rd party alarm clock apps.. the phone never set off when i tell it too?
     
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    Simple solution...

    Don't use task killers. Your welcome.

    (Just my opinion)
     
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    If you leave the task killer running it will continually monitor everything on the phone and kill the things you've told it to while not allowing it to fully "sleep" and creating a draw on the battery.
     
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    so what do you guys use to kill apps?
     
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    Nothing. The phone can take care of itself.

    Remember, the guys at Google who wrote Android are way smarter than you and know what they're doing. Don't undermine them by installing a task killer.
     
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    This.
     
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