Originally Posted by Xmeoff
She does have a couple of apps she rarely uses. I didn't ck for any that start up, just running in the bk ground constantly. Where do I check for start up apps?
Go to apps in the setting then check currently running apps. this will show all the apps that are currently running on the phone, and you will notice there are apps on there that were not started up but ARE running in the background. you will have to use common sense in determining what apps you feel should be running and shouldn't.
A app that I like to use is addons detector. this app scans all the permissions of games and apps in your phone and allows you to check out what apps are requesting what permissions on a per permission basis. It will also list apps bsed on what type of mobile ad company an app is using (admob, google etc.) some are more intrusive than others or allow malware.
Having tiBu, if there are particular apps she doesn't use much, but does like them being handy when she does decide to use them, and they having intrusive permsissions (start at boot, start, when screen is unlocked etc, etc.) She can freeze them with TiBu.
She can also check out greenify, which does a pretty good job at hibernating apps that aren't in use to they point they are almost frozen, but cuts out a couple of steps.
Another app you could check out is SDmaid, this could help you in finding cached data in apps and system, that might be bogging the processor down.