Do any of the task killer/manager apps do this?

Discussion in 'Android Applications Discussions' started by rjax, Apr 27, 2010.

  1. rjax

    rjax Member

    Nov 12, 2009
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    All I really want is for my MLB At-Bat to pretty much never be killed by Android's memory management system. I don't want to actively kill tasks to accomplish this -- I'm fine with Android's memory management system in general.

    However, Android really seems to like killing MLB At-Bat, even when it's running in the background by streaming audio.

    So basically, I'd like an app that tells Android to only kill MLB At-Bat (or another app, on occasion) if it's the last non-essential, non-foreground app running.

    Or is that something that requires root access? Can it even be done with root?