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It depends on your device. I aleays lean towards the more consetvative settings. The battery seeming to drain faster should level off as thing get settled in.

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It depends on your device. I aleays lean towards the more consetvative settings. The battery seeming to drain faster should level off as thing get settled in.

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Default Taks Killers

You don't need a task-killer, they can be very detrimental... if you are worried about battery life, try using Juice Defender Ultimate. been running it for over a year, and battery life has been outstanding since I installed it. As far as memory management goes - never had an issue with the way android handled memory. Everything I use has always been available when I wanted it, and it has always ran smoothly.

If you're having problems with memory, you may want to take a look at what you have installed on your device - an over abundance of apps all running in the background checking everything you can imagine will take a toll.
 
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+1 task killer is not good for the battery. Some apps use more battery for kill them by keep the task...
 
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+1 task killer is not good for the battery. Some apps use more battery for kill them by keep the task...
I just started using V6 supercharger. Thanks to prboy1969
 
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Bro is there any solution for this thread:http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...3#post25241203
 
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Most of apps we open are not killed when we exit. So it runs on the background occupying memory and draining battery, potentially reducing our phones performance. ADVANCED TASK KILLER app kills all the apps and provides existing features one the best working task killerers
Memory Booster is my favorite
 
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Memory Booster is my favorite
Even i taught like that but i read this post http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=678205

Try using v6 Supercharger. It does a good job. Still concerned about battery drain read this post http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1612815

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