1. ria__x's Avatar
    anyone know of an app or will develop an app that can kill all processes that don't have to be running so my phone doesn't drain it's battery? (for os 7 / 9900)

    06-25-12 12:44 AM
  2. FrankIAm's Avatar
    As far as I know, there is none. But it can be done via engineering screen. Please, refer to this thread: Access Engineering Screen. You only have to do it once.

    Once you've done that you are gonna wanna head to JVM Engineering Screens and then to Processes, search up the desired one, hit the menu and "kill process". Also, you may wanna hit "Auto Refresh Off" beforehand.
    Be careful and try not to mess with anything else, though. You might end up with a 700 buck hockey puck if you toy with the engineering screen.
    Last edited by FrankIAm; 06-25-12 at 01:08 AM.
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    06-25-12 01:03 AM
  3. adamlau's Avatar
    Killing BeWeather in the Engineering Screen...

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    06-25-12 01:15 AM
  4. ria__x's Avatar
    thanks guys
    06-25-12 01:22 AM
  5. FrankIAm's Avatar
    Hey, you got it
    06-25-12 01:36 AM
  6. calicocat2010's Avatar
    Or just update to the new .523 OS for the 9900 and use the Resource Monitor that has been added as a new feature. It's basically set up to Monitor what is draining your battery and then instantly Kills the app running in the background.
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    06-25-12 06:11 PM
  7. FrankIAm's Avatar
    Engineering Screen's better, it allows you to kill every single app, whichever you want. Not only the ones the application feels like "resource consuming".
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    06-25-12 09:59 PM
  8. ria__x's Avatar
    hmm i'd rather not update until DM told me too, i've had trouble in the past you see. i think i'll stick with the engineering screen until someone can make me an app
    06-26-12 05:55 AM
  9. BBFTW88's Avatar
    Where is this 'Engineering Screen'?
    06-26-12 06:25 AM
  10. FrankIAm's Avatar
    Follow this step-by-step:
    Access Engineering Screen
    06-26-12 12:10 PM