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how to remove some apps from start-up

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how to remove some apps from start-up

hi,

 

can you have any idea to remove unnecessary apps from startup without rooting the phone.

Because only 150 ~ 185MB RAM is free.

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Re: how to remove some apps from start-up

You can't, you can read more about it here 

 

http://www.howtogeek.com/165111/how-can-i-stop-apps-from-running-at-boot-on-android-os/

 

but do stay away from taskillers or task managers




"I'd rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I am not." Kurt Cobain (1967-1994)

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Re: how to remove some apps from start-up

very easy 

 

1. first root buggy and useless kk update here

2.download  xposed here

3. open it and go to framework and hit install wait until phone reboot 

4. now again open xposed installer and go to download section 

5. search for BootManager and install 

6.once you competed the installation there would be a pop up in notification saying active and reboot hit that.

7. now its done 

8. you will have a sepreat option in app list under the name of boot manager which you can manage 

 

 

other usefull xposed moduls 

appopsxposed : get additional opetion in setting for apps

blacklist: block unwanted calls and sms

gravity boz: get customize lock scren animation and much more

miminguard: block adds in all apps

ok google for 3rd party activities: enable "ok google voice command"

xperia dialer mods: enable call recording

xperia xposed: customize launcher and many more 

 

check out the screen shot

 

Screenshot_2014-07-20-09-27-48.png

 

 

Screenshot_2014-07-20-09-28-39.png

 

 

Screenshot_2014-07-20-09-29-14.png

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Re: how to remove some apps from start-up

thanks Joy..

can u upload the screenshot again

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