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Looking for app to keep other apps from being killed

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Hi All,

Most people are looking for apps to kill other apps when they are running - I'm actually looking for the opposite. Phone keeps killing apps to free up some RAM here and there, and some of the apps to not restart themselves. Are there any good apps out there that can be used to monitor specific apps and restart them if they are killed by the system?

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18th April 2014, 04:59 AM |#2  
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What ROM are you running? You can try an app called AutoMemoryManager and play around with the values there. See which apps fall into which categories and go from there. I have this same problem with my music sometimes. This seemed to help. It's not exactly what youre looking for, but the app is supposed to prevent apps from being killed as quickly.

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https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...oid.automemman
18th April 2014, 04:51 PM |#3  
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Did you tried V6 Supercharger by Zeppelinrox? (Is not an app is a huge script that contain another scripts inside "bulletproof" is what you need).

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What ROM are you running? You can try an app called AutoMemoryManager and play around with the values there. See which apps fall into which categories and go from there. I have this same problem with my music sometimes. This seemed to help. It's not exactly what youre looking for, but the app is supposed to prevent apps from being killed as quickly.

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https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...oid.automemman

Thanks, I was using Auto Memory Manager, didn't work.


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Did you tried V6 Supercharger by Zeppelinrox? (Is not an app is a huge script that contain another scripts inside "bulletproof" is what you need).

Enviado desde mi HTC Explorer A310e mediante Tapatalk

Thanks, I ended up using App Settings module from the Xposed framework. Working like a charm.
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How are you using it? The keep resident setting? On which apps?
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Thanks, I ended up using App Settings module from the Xposed framework. Working like a charm.

confirming, this one solves your problem
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How are you using it? The keep resident setting? On which apps?

Correct, resident is checked. Using on:

- Ultimate Dynamic Navbar Pro
- Smart Statusbar+ Pro
- GMD Gesture Control Pro
- Switchr
- 1-Tap Quick Bar
- Rotate Screen
- C Locker Pro
-OneQuick


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confirming, this one solves your problem

Correct. Solves it enough that the apps I wanted to stay active throughout the day are still active at this time - typically many of them have been killed by now (just checked, the only one that has been killed off is C Locker Pro, and I may have inadvertently killed it myself earlier).
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