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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Eaglesfan9106, Dec 22, 2009.

  1. Eaglesfan9106

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    ok well when im using the stock music app on the phone when im done with it sometimes i just use advanced task killer free to just quit the music player but when i do so the music player is still my lockscreen i just wanna know if anyone else has had this problem or is this a isolated occurrence just help me out
     

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    Try the Sprint forum.
     
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    Dont use task killers and you will not have this problem.

    May want to read the sticky on task killers.
     
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    well i would get rid of task killer but i dont want 3 million apps running in the backround sucking my battery like a vampire
     
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    read the sticky on task killers and how linux works again! Linux manages it's own memory light years better than WinMo. Closing background apps will not save ur battery to a point to where u will notice a night and day difference. Not to mention u will most likely close an app that u shouldn't have causing stability issues in and around the operating system itself like the one u r describing. THIS IS NOT WINMO! Put down the task killer and let the phone mediate it's own memory for once!
     
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    Well I'm not a nerd I kind of get what ur saying and I did read the sticky task kille I still pretty much don't get it but from what I've read I shouldn't kill a app ever even when i first boot my phone ?
     
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    just delete the task killer and reboot ;)
     
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    i use the stock music app alot and love how you can control it on the lock screen. I have not had any issues with it being "locked' to the screen. I just tried a little test...
    Started playing music from the widget
    put phone into sleep
    brought out of sleep so you could see lock screen music app
    paused music from that screen
    unlocked the phone
    moved around home screens
    put phone to sleep
    brought out of sleep and there was no more music app on lock screen.

    I would say just pause the music and go about using your phone and you won't have this issue
     
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    Yes stay away from Task Killers! You dont need it.
     
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