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How to get "kill all" processes button under the multitasking option?

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yes g.b have this feature
yea i checked out gravity box and it does have this function.

but i don't see a function to change the nav bar ring targets. for example, on aokp i can make it so i swipe the home button left to bring up my music player, swipe the home button down the middle to bring up google now. Is this possible in gravity box?

also, does the exposed framework and gravity box run in the background? meaning it wastes more battery?
 
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No it doesn't eat batteries, it's really a great tool. You can set some lockscreen shortcuts in the lockscreen section but you'll keep the app icon which is kinda unesthetic

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You can try an app called fmr memory cleaner works well for me

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thanks but i justed unlocked my moto g and rooted it. I had to reinstall programs and etc but it was worth it. I rooted m moto g on 4.4.2 and i'm running the exposed framework with gravitybox now, works great. doesn't drain battery either.
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