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    Is there an app available for android such as Quickpull is available for Blackberry? I loved that app.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BostonDroid View Post
    Is there an app available for android such as Quickpull is available for Blackberry? I loved that app.
    What does it do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BostonDroid View Post
    Is there an app available for android such as Quickpull is available for Blackberry? I loved that app.
    Why would you need it. Droid has the ability to power off unlike blackberry's. Also a battery pull sometimes has BAD effects on the Droid. Best to just power down. I have currently been up and running for 11 days, with no power down and never done a battery pull. I have had the phone since the morning of the release.
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    QuickPull is an app for Blackberry that SIMULATES a battery pull without physically pulling the battery out. Reset's application memory.

    Not as experienced with the Droid yet, but I believe this is not necessary on it with programs like Advanced Task Killer.
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    Ya quickpull is basically removing your battery without taking the battery out. It resets your phone. This is very useful for the POS S1 but with the droid it is unnecessary. I have restarted my phone ONCE since i had it and that was because i was trying to fix my Gmail. Other then that i have not had to take the battery out or restart the phone at all. If needed just to shift+alt+del
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    Fair enough... thanks
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    +3.^^^ my Droid and Eris both have been up since launch day and never had to pull battery for any reason. I just turn OFF the Eris while charging and put the Droid in Airplane Mode while charging.
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    is it better to have them off or in airplane mode during charging??
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    I don't know about the Eris, but the Droid automatically comes on if off when you plug it in...that is why they are putting it in airplane mode.
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    yeah i dont think you will need quickpull, ive had to pull my battery once since i got my droid the day it came out
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    It will take some time to get the blackberry out of you but once you do you will long forget the battery pull.
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    I don't know if the memory widget of eRay was intended for to simulate a battery pull, but that's the way it functions on mine....might wanna look into it.
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    The Advance Task Killer app renders quickpull useless and unnecessary.

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