PLEASE READ: Do NOT worry about Apps running in the Background

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richux View Post
    thank you, that's great!
    I am Glad

    Please Quid pro quo and Promote this bug

    Star/vote for it, and get others to as well..

    Here is the link-

    Issue 8433 - android - Caller ID Line Identification EXTREME Time Lag - Project Hosting on Google Code

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    this memory eater called "Voice Search"... it continues to run...

    what does it do? is it worth the memory resources it's consuming?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aseems View Post
    this memory eater called "Voice Search"... it continues to run...

    what does it do? is it worth the memory resources it's consuming?

    Thank you - SliceBurgSlim -

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    i dont know about you guys, but sometimes when i try and view my picture gallery; it says there isnt any photos. so then i gotta use the ATK and then go back into my gallery and then all my pics show up.

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    I spoke with Google Support when buying my phone. They brought up d/ling the task killer from the market and recommended it. Obviously there is some sort of reason!

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    Worth to read. It explain why we shouldn't kill any apps...

    Android Developers Blog: Multitasking the Android Way

    (Originally posted by Shahz at Legendroid)

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    Quote Originally Posted by f0ul99 View Post
    Worth to read. It explain why we shouldn't kill any apps...

    Android Developers Blog: Multitasking the Android Way

    (Originally posted by Shahz at Legendroid)
    More accurately, why we shouldn't need to kill apps...the quality of the apps depend on the quality of thier devs. I can say I'm killing a LOT less now that we have 150-170mb more room, and aside from an occasional data-thief app, I can see simply using the built-in app manager to do the deed, with no more need for a standalone taskiller.

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    Re: PLEASE READ: Do NOT worry about Apps running in the Background

    Worth to read. It explain why we shouldn't kill any apps...

    [url=http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2010/04/multitasking-android-way.html]Andro
    More accurately, why we shouldn't need to kill apps...the quality of the apps depend on the quality of thier devs. I can say I'm killing a LOT less now that we have 150-170mb more room, and aside from an occasional data-thief app, I can see simply using the built-in app manager to do the deed, with no more need for a standalone taskiller.
    Before reading it, I was good at killong lol. So paranoid about losing power and speed. Now no more..
    Peace... xD


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    taskiller apps

    I have ordered my new Nexus One and should have it Tuesday AM. All this talk about taskiller apps is very interesting. Since being also an owner of several blackberry's memory is always an issue with us. Watching videos about Android devices all the guys in these videos all say the same thing, "the first thing you want to do is download a good taskiller app" Crazy, it makes you wonder where they get there imfo from or who is really right on this note. It does state in the Nexus booklet that you don't have to close down apps. This is why I joined the Nexus One forum for just these kinds of questions. Now I still don't know what to do. This is my first post on this forum, I must read more imfo on this subject and hoping I don't need taskiller. One less unneeded app.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinny View Post
    I have ordered my new Nexus One and should have it Tuesday AM. All this talk about taskiller apps is very interesting. Since being also an owner of several blackberry's memory is always an issue with us. Watching videos about Android devices all the guys in these videos all say the same thing, "the first thing you want to do is download a good taskiller app" Crazy, it makes you wonder where they get there imfo from or who is really right on this note. It does state in the Nexus booklet that you don't have to close down apps. This is why I joined the Nexus One forum for just these kinds of questions. Now I still don't know what to do. This is my first post on this forum, I must read more imfo on this subject and hoping I don't need taskiller. One less unneeded app.
    FroYo is a game-changer on this subject. I'm killing apps FAR less than I used to...I simply don't need to now that we have 150-170 more available ram. Still, if you beta test apps like I do, a Taskiller is indispensible, especially after a hard crash, or unexpected behaviour that 'Quit' doesn't resolve. If you don't want a specific taskiller app, you can kill apps from 'running services' under 'applications' in FroYo.

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