Should I restart my force on a regular basis (maybe once a day)? I did it a little while ago for the heck of it and it looks like it freed up a lot of ram when I checked the app manager.
Recently a friends computer was shut down after a force restart and now it says "12.04" and a bunch of command text bleeds through the purple background. My guess is the plymouth configuration got corrupt..how do I fix this i
i want to start another app from current app i have done everything but issue if my first app is crashing than on screen it display force close dialog i want to remove that force close dialog programmatically when i start first app from second app in android
this handler is in my other app using this if my first app was crashed than it will restart app will restart but force close dialog remain
I want to add a feature to one of my programs where if I create a specific file it will then finish, tidy up, then restart itself. This will be used when publishing a change to live so I can force it to rerun with new changes. Just to add a bit more automation into the process.
First time, the VirtualBox crashed once I clicked Restart Now.
The second time, I read that you have to force-eject the ISO, but when I did this, it froze the Virtual Box so I could no longer click Restart Now