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With some mobile devices you can't be certain exactly what's running and it can be difficult to stop programs. Not true on ...
your Android device. You can easily look at running services and stop them if desired.
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Hi this Mike Callahan, Dr File Finder and welcome to your butterscotch.com tutorial on how to manage running services on your Android phone. On some mobile devices it’s hard to find what's running and if you cant find it. It’s difficult to shut it off, not true on your Android, so well tap settings. Let’s do that and now were on settings. We want to tap on applications and under add our applications. We want to tap on running services.
And the beauty of this is that it shows you easily and clearly exactly what's running. You can scroll down and see all the things that are running. How long they have been running. How much space they take up and if you want, you can tap the service. So let’s tap the fox news widget and when we do that it brings up a dialogue that says, this service will no longer run until started again. It may have undesirable consequences on the application fox news.
I can tap stop and when I do that, its stop it and you can see it’s gone from our list. So on your Android phone; you have the capability to look through here easily. See things that are running that you may not be aware are still running and be able to shut them down, free up memory and make your device run even better.
So that’s managing running services on your Android phone and that’s all there is to it.