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  1. divalibra

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    Whenever I use the camera or maps applications..i hit the back button to exit out of them but when I go and look at my battery usage to see what apps have been using my battery these two are still open..is there a way to REALLY close out these applications without using task killer?
     
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    I have read the thread..thanks...but my question was not answered since i have never used task killer. My issue is that I used my camera on friday and now on sunday it is still using 64% of my battery..maps 29% which was opened yesterday and my android system is only using 5%....cell display is 2%..why would these two use battery power days after they've initially been opened..and why doesn't hitting the back button REALLY close them out
     
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    Ask the developers of those apps. Unfortunately its very common with many apps, I've just made it a habit to use advanced task killer every time I'm done using an app.
     
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