self - autolaunched apps

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  1. kritz

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    love my droid.
    but somethig scary is happening.

    I have loaded the taskiller and taskcontrol apps.

    after stopping all apps using either of these apps, if i leave my phone alone, a very large number of apps will self start. and run in the background. voice search, calander, corporate calander,...etc.

    I'm sure this is a battery kill...
    how is this happening ... it happens every time!
    how can i stop it???

    thanks

    chris
     
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    Please don't bother using a task killer. They interfere with the normal way the Android OS operates.... This is not like a Blackberry or WinMo OS where you need to kill apps.
     
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    Task killers are useless. Those apps are not slowing the CPU down, No more Blackberry mentality...
     
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    Both said the same thing at 7:18.. LOL
     
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    but why would apps self start?
     
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    I can't answer that but I am sure someone will chime in.
     
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    Those apps play a vital part in the Andriod OS and some that you kill are required for proper syncing
     
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    mostly because of data transfer, others because the devs cut corners and made them start on their own(ie ive never opened Amazon MP3, yet it always runs), if you start a program and hit home, it still runs
    edit:^lol same time
     
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    In short, Another app needed its help and called him off the bench...
     
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    others also - like lsten, messaging, mps store, newsrob...
    all selfstart.

    the memory is shown eing cut down to 34!?

    just looks odd....
     
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    ahhh - so the other programs are a library of funtions?
     
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    yup, they are
     
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