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Samsung Galaxy Ace Battery problem

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by M prabhu, Nov 17, 2011.

  1. M prabhu

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    Friends,

    As like most of you, i too suffer heavily due to the hectic battery performance of Samsung Galaxy Ace. i got that there was one suggestion from google to installion of 'Android booster' will take care. Once i installed it shows the running applications of like ' face book, real player and others' where as actually i dont use currently. So when i closed all current applications listed out there, i could see some positive result of Battery draining speed has been reduced. So i presume to the conclusion that these unknown running applications only makes battery drain fast.

    Now the question is whenever i close these applications, after sometime when i see the android booster, these applications are again showing as running currently.

    If any body got any idea how to keep close these unknown running applications permanently, please share to come for the solution.

    Thanks.
     

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    I have got this problem too for my new Samsung Ace . But , i had found a solution .
    Check it out at my blogspot RQ95's BLOG
    (tips: screen brightness)
     
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    I have got this problem too for my new Samsung Ace . But , i had found a solution .
    Check it out at my blogspot RQ95's BLOG
    (tips: screen brightness)
     
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    Typically these types of apps (task killers) will cause more battery drain than not using them.

    I've never heard of that one in particular though.
     

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