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New Feature - Task Manager/Auto End

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Pro' started by kilofox, Nov 13, 2010.

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    Hello all.... Just ordered my Pro today (Sat), anxiously awaiting its arrival next week.

    I was watching the Initial Impressions video posted by AC and noticed a feature I have never seen on an Android phone until the Pro. I have had the DINC, Droid, Droid X and Fascinate.

    In Task Manager you can not only kill apps, but you can add apps to a Auto End list that will kill the app(s) as soon as you turn off the screen. Its not ATK, but it has its purpose.
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    Sounds just like the auto-kill list in ATK.

    My guess... it will still probably cause problems with the Android OS
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    Yeah, it's just part of the app.. i'd recommend removing the app before it starts to cause problems. Task killers only serve a purpose when a bad app starts to go a little wacky.

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    To me (and this is just my opinion), I dont see a problem with having an app autokill when you are done using it, as opposed to killing a background service that can have other dependancies that a user may not be aware of.

    But then.. I have never used a TK before.
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    The Android OS has a built in task killer...and does a good job at it. If you introduce a 2nd type of "task killer" it's been proven over and over that they won't "play nice" with each other and there will be issues.
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