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    Default Gingerbread leak has a Task Manager

    Somehow I didn't notice it, but Motorola has provided a simple yet effective Task Manager in the 2.3 leak. It gives you a black list where you add apps which you want killed after 2 minutes of screen off time. It has some other options too, but that one is a killer feature. I can finally stop Google Finance bugs from taking down my battery.
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    You're the first to notice it, it seems. I use it to stop Flow on the odd occasion a photo or video upload fails. I haven't added anything to the autokill list though.

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    I take it this is only for the D2 and not the D2G?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raptor007 View Post
    I take it this is only for the D2 and not the D2G?
    I imagine it will be on many Motorola devices which get GB. Here is their support page Motorola Task Manager
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    Only for Droid 2 and not D2G is correct.
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    i noticed a task manager on my Droid 2 Global and i'm still on 2.2 although i haven't tried to mess with it yet but its there
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    The stock task manager on the D2G almost works too well. After adding applications to the auto end list it refuses to allow them to be removed. I accidentally added my music to the auto end list and it would always stop playing mid-song. had to clear the data cache to fix it

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