On my SG3 there is a button to close all open apps when your are Ayr the switching screen. I don't see one on this.
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So I downloaded greenify to force close apps that were never shutting off. It ran ok for a few days but started causing issues today. Android central had errors and I couldn't open it at all. I finally just Uninstaller greenify. Is there any apps that won't use a ton of battery but will close up apps that get stuck running in the background?
I've never had anything but blackberries so this is a learning curve but it seems like either the back button or the home button will take you to where you want to go next, however that leaves the apps running. So if I'm in an app I can hit the left button at the bottom to open recent apps and then flick left or right to close it but that's a pain in the *** to do every time I use an app.
I'm running Android 5.0 on my Nexus 5.
Everytime I close all apps in the taskswitcher and close and open the taskswitcher again, there are still some apps open, why is it and can I turn it off/do I want to turn it off?
i'm new to Android OS and i just bought the new LG G3.
i would like to ask how to close apps that are open in the backround?
i was told its a long press on the home button, but that sends me to google search.
couldn't find the answer on any forum for this.
will appriatiate the help :-)
The lid settings in xfce4-power-manager seem to do nothing to change the lid close behavior.
note: Editing /etc/systemd/logind.conf disables lid close suspend, but when I close the lid I then get a blank (black) screen, and the xfpm lid close settings still do nothing anyway (don't lock the screen).
Also, the suspend button on the laptop does nothing in either case.
I play a lot of games on my sam galaxy 3. My daughter walks up hits a button and it will sho w everygame I had just played. And she says I tokd you to close these out when ur done. Th she slides them off. Where is she finding this button????? I figured when I change game the app would close itself . Guess not.