20/10/2016

How To Prevent Or Stop Applications That Load At Startup Of OS On Any Android Device


Android works like any computer operating system. So every time it starts, several apps are also automatically linked. But, unfortunately, a lot of them can put brakes and shackles on performance smartphone.

While Google does not place a lock on the native Android, users are just need to perform rooting process to have more control over the device. 

(If you do not know how to root your device then just follow the following steps:- 

1# You have to download KINGO ROOT software or application on your computer or laptop.
(Click Here to download KINGO ROOT on your computer or laptop)


2# Then install the KINGO ROOT software or application on your computer or laptop. 

3# Then connect your device to your computer or laptop with a data cable. 

4# After installing the KINGO ROOT software on your computer or laptop you just need to open KINGO ROOT software and click on ROOT. Just sit back and wait for 2-3 minutes and after that your device will get rooted.
Note: Make sure your device is in USB debugging mode.) 

And with rooted unit, Xposed app delivers you all this power to prevent load programs at system startup.

So, just follow the below image or picture tutorial:-

1# First install Xposed framework in your device and then search for the 'Bootmanager' in download section of Xposed framework.
(Click Here to download Xposed framework.)




 2# Once you find the topic or module, tap on it to open another menu and download the latest version of that module.



3# Go back to the beginning of Xposed framework app and check the box next to BootManager and then you will have to restart your phone or device.



4# Open BootManager app and see a list of applications that already begin to turn on the unit. If you want to disable some, simply tap on - when it turns red, the app had automatic start blocked.



5# If you want to disable or uninstall any module then just go to the download section of Xposed framework and untick the checkbox next to the Bootmanager. After this just exit Xposed framework and go to your device Settings-Apps-from the Apps section select Bootmanager-tap on the Bootmanager and there you can see Uninstall option just tap on it simply to uninstall the module from your device.  

(Note: This tutorial is only for learning purpose. So, Googloop is not responsible for any type of damage.)
Image source: PhoneArena

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