SBSettings processes help

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  1. kisane

    kisane New Member

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    My processes always show music and video running is normal, even if i kill them they come back
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    do they come bac instantly?
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    Tkf1 Community Development Staff Member

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    When you open Music or videos, both processes open up. If you close them while on music or videos, they should pop back up.
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    kisane New Member

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    yeah but i havn't opened music or videos up, i dont even have any videos, for example im on the home screen, i open up processes see music and videos running kill them both, close sb settings and then say open up calculator, go back to processes and music and videos are running again as well as the calculator program im running
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    daconcerror Banned

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    same, i think its made to do that
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    Pretty sure that's not at all what the OP was talking about.

    When you go to processes, Music and Videos are running. For whatever reason, they won't run separately. This used to happen only if you had music videos set to play along with shuffle. Fortunately for us, it's one of thoe things Apple decided wasn't annoying enough, so they made it do this at all times. As far as I'm aware, there's no way to change this.
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    Yeh, I think that some things are always running in the background so that when you load then up they don't take a long time. The Phone.app is always running on iPhone even though it doesn't need to be when you recieve a call - it's just so that if you want to call someone, the app loads instantly.

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