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  1. Gaia

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    Hi
    i'm looking for a good startup manager , light and that works with non rooted devices

    running android 5
    thanks
     

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    What do you mean by startup manager?

    I use Tasker a lot. I have a Tasker profile that is invoked when I boot ,y phone. It starts sets all seven volume levels loads specific apps if needed at that time.

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    Android runs very different than a PC. Everything is held in RAM. Each app starts differently also. Use SD maid to find what apps are constantly running and not
     
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    hi Thom

    for example
    there is a new device ,smartphone ,with a startup manager ,you can select wich application will start with the the phone when you turn on
    in the same page there is permissions (android 6 ) and startup manager

    look the autostart http://xiaomininja.com/2015/08/10/miui-tip-enable-autostart-to-never-miss-a-notification-again/
    hi i'm looking for something like that Startup Manager (Free)
    can you give a look above the link?
    thanks Danny
     
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    Why someone would use this app escapes me. Perhaps an Android device with very limited memory?

    If you are using a modern Android phone running say Android 5 or 6 the technique would be to load the apps you are interested in. When not in use whey would be in the background. The dropdown display would show them. When you reloaded When you restart the phone they are loaded and continue running in the background.

    If some of them do not restart on a reload you could have a simple Tasker profile that starts them each time you reload.

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    hi Thom
    maybe because i don't need and i don't want many google applications (maybe only 1 is needed is google play service which google app is needed to let the photone work ? only google play service ) , or maybe because i don't want that all the application are always runing in the background like media players , or messanger (maybe i would like to use viber once at week ) and others

    about "the technique would be to load the apps you are interested in" may i know something about this the technique

    thanks Thom
     
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