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Default TruPhone in the background

Hez guys some advice needed here:

So I got this small annoyance on my N1:

I downloaded the Truphone app. I'll use it once in a century but just in case, I want to have it.

Now Truphone just runs in the background and launches itself on startup apparently. THIS SUCKS.

Is there a way to manage programs launching on startup and to remove one or several?

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have you tried using advanced task killer??
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Yeah i actually did but of course it kept coming back. I found the solution now: i dled startup auditor. It checks what runs on phone startup. Efficient lonterm killing and increased speed. I recommend it.
 
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use automatic task killer, and exclude the things you dont want to be killed when phone goes to sleep. That's it.
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