way to kill all apps?

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  1. legion

    legion Member

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    is there an easy way to kill all the apps i have running? seems like it would be much easier than killing them all one at a time.
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    sbsettings?
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    Just dont get a lot of apps in the multitasking bar . Keep it a minimum & you wont HAVE to find a way to kill all apps .
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    This would be awesome if it supported 4.1....
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    well since this doesnt seem possible, is there a way to prevent multi tasking all together? all it seems to do is background a ton of apps until i can barley switch homescreens without a horrible response time.
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    I use backgrounder, and i switched off enable at launch, and switched stay enabled off as well, that way i have to manually turn it on if i want to use it.
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    Yeah, I just use backgrounder, and set overrides on which apps I want to automatically start. You have to set it to autodetect (unless you want all apps to use a certain multitasking type) then enable at launch off. (if you use the backgrounding method fallback to native must be off too). Then make overrides for apps you want to multitask. Use autodetect and turn on enable at launch or set it to a setting you wish to use.
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    SwitcherPlus is free and has a kill prior add on that lets you kill all apps by tapping a red arrow on the multitasking bar

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