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i thought this would be an option after 2.2

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by JimKnuckles, Aug 3, 2010.

  1. JimKnuckles

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    Everything great here after official update. But I thought there would be a force close option included with this update. I read it somewhere but I cannot remember. I don't like task killers. Am I missing it or is it not there?
     

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    settings > apps > manage apps
     
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    Got it. It sure would be nice if there was an option, for example, right in the browser, to just close it when youre done.

    Thanks.
     
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    that would be nice

    but we have noticed that 2.2 has one heck of an effecient app killing protocal built in
    so it almost unnessasry now
     
  5. JimKnuckles

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    I hear ya. But still
     
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    Ok so why is there a differece in the running applications lists? If I go to settings>apps>running services I get one list and if I go to to settings>apps>manage apps>running I get a much longer list.
     
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    Apps and Services are two different things.
     
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