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Possible solution to Sense restarts/crashes on Evo LTE


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Keep in mind this will probably make multitasking even worse. Without stuff running in the background you will have to restart each app every time you launch it.

 

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From my reading it's telling you to uncheck "destroy all" so that processes will remain running. Some folks had the option checked so that Sense was shutting down whenever they left the home screen. Unchecking the option should make multitasking better for those who had it checked.

 

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From my reading it's telling you to uncheck "destroy all" so that processes will remain running. Some folks had the option checked so that Sense was shutting down whenever they left the home screen. Unchecking the option should make multitasking better for those who had it checked.

 

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Gotcha, I guess I read it wrong.

 

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