- 09-02-2013, 07:42 PM #2
- 379 Posts
Re: multitask question
Not baked into the system. You shouldn't have to worry about running apps or processes too much. Android does a good job at taking care of that stuff. Unless you notice a runaway app that is killing battery life, you should be OK. If you want to just free up your memory after using it for a while, you can just reboot it. Stay away from battery savers and task managers though. After reading many forums and from past experiences, they are no good.
Honestly, if I want to free up some stuff though, I'll just swipe away in the multitasking screen. I don't ever reboot or anything.
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