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Default [Q] My Xperia S works offline!!!?

Hy, I have an xperia s 0.73 firmware.

I dont know why, i have everytime opened new aplications in the task killer, and in settings (runing services), i close them, but in a few seconds ar opened again! Like musik player, email, office suite, liveware manager, etc .....

What can i do?
I use advanced task killer, but i think thats not ok to open aplications itselfs.

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Theres a lot of programs built into the Sony that you cannot remove without gaining root access.
You can go to settings/applications/manage applications and the you can remove some of the programs but not all.
 
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yes i know there are o lot of aplications, i dont want to remowe them, just to to someting, to the phone, to not open the aplications itself!!
 
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Liveware will always work cuz its required for hadsets, speakers etc

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Are you new to Android? I had this same confusion when I first moved to Android.. Because it runs on a Linux basis it works differently..

2 things to consider.

1, Android will hold programmes in memory but in a suspended state, not using any resources until they are called for from the kernel.

2, with Linux based OS empty memory is wasted memory. (refer to point 1 above!)

Don't try to kill things that the phone need to have running in the background it will waste resources and battery!

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ies i'm new.
i used ios from three years ios

So i recommand to remove tjhe task killer?
 
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Task killers are ok.. But you only need to use it to kill apps which are causing problems (usually just apps which you have installed rather than any preinstalled or system apps)

And generally a bad idea to use any auto kill apps.. Avoid that!

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You just have to live with that unless you are willing to root your phone then use titanium backup to freeze the app. My xps is less than a month old so I just let them be for now because I dont want to root it just yet. There is plenty of ram and does not affect the speed of the phone.
 
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Task killers are ok.. But you only need to use it to kill apps which are causing problems (usually just apps which you have installed rather than any preinstalled or system apps)

And generally a bad idea to use any auto kill apps.. Avoid that!

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+1 to that. I only use a task killer to get problem apps out of memory sometimes. As a rule android is very good at managing memory.

These things will always start and it usually means the apps stay up quicker.

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