Does absolutely nothing. Always says "you can stop: 0 process" no matter what I check, including everything. I'm still forced to go Settings, Dev Options, Running process, and manually force stop them one by one. Others say it works and they won't restart, but not on my Galaxy. Still no such thing as process killer that actually works without Rooting. Getting pretty sick
Finally one that actually works It's the shoes used to actually go into settings and stop the apps completely. Unlike most other task killers this app actually stops the apps from restarting after being killed. Facebook can finally RIP!
Simple. Useful Two bugs. sometimes1) showing already stopped app 2) Not showing marked app. Need to go app manager n force stop. It could be better if it jumps automatically to next app when we force stop a app. Now we have to press back every time. GREENIFY APP HAS AUTO FORCESTOP. WHY CAN'T YOU
Maybe this needs to be upgraded so that works with new android versions this app used to work in my Moto E 2years back. Then I bought yureka plus (5.0, cyanogen) and now MI note 3. Force stop chain does not work on either of them. really upset about this.
EXACTLY what I was looking for! This. THIS. Never mind the flimsy and flashy ATKs and all that bull crap. It takes you through all the programs that have a "force stop" button and you force stop them. You personalize the list of programs it shows you. It makes it easier to do what all of us end up doing (force close everything). An easy way to do that, without hopping back and forth between menus as you select, open, close, exit, exit, scroll, select again... Just "yep run that" or "nope close this." All you need!
Nice Very nice, doesn't need any permissions. The only thing missing is as others have noted is a one button 'kill' switch. Compatible with varying versions of Android on my 3 phone/devices.
1.0 (Jul/14/2011) new!
1.0.1 (Aug/26/2011) supported for android 3.x!
1.0.2 (Nov/30/2011) fixed force stop bugs and edited for release own memory at the end.
1.1.0 (Apl/19/2012) added setting menu which you can choose target apps.
1.1.1 (Dec/4/2012) supported for android 4.2!
1.1.2 (Dec/25/2012) You can check only working apps at setting menu.