Bionic DLNA App

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    I was looking through the included apps on my Bionic. I opened the DLNA app to look at it. No time to try to figure out how it works, but now I keep getting notifications that it is trying to connect to something. I sure that uses resources (battery at least) while it is searching and asking to connect. I can not find any thing in the app to turn it off. Any help?
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    just use titanium and delete the app, lol...or freeze it.

    check to see if its in the running apps section of the applications settings and force close it.
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    ^That's what I did! If you are not rooted, perhaps you could use the task manager to auto end the app.
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    I removed both dlna i use imediashare app for upnp and it is way better.

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