Caused extremely erratic behaviour upon re-enabling start up apps! Be careful what you run as root... I used this module on a KitKat 4.4.4 rooted with Xposed to reduce some strain on the tablet while using a new recording app today. I disabled most apps (none were system), leaving a few such as Link2SD and SuperSU. The problems arose specifically when clicking the ListView items in the menu to reenable the apps at next startup. By the time I had clicked some items at the bottom of the list, the items at the top were red again, receiving onClick events without me touching them, followed by more erratic behaviour until the module was removed. I am a software developer as well, with a degree in Computer Science, and I would really like to see your code because your 'windows slang' analogy is irrelevant and condescending. Please show me the source, I'll make a donation, I promise. I got this from the Xposed repos, and had to dl it again from play just to leave this review. I understand the workings of Xposed and Android SDK, and I REALLY want to see what made my tablet so temporarily screwed up.
This app stops apps from running at system startup in the same sort of way you'd stop programs from starting in MS Windows using MSCONFIG, and it really works. When used with Greenify this app becomes a "Must have" for anyone with an Android device who is concerned about performance and battery life.
Xposed module(* boot manager*) It only let's start up what I want to start up at boot up, and that does make a difference I highly recommend it and get the donated version support your developer.
Can't donate. Is this app even supported? Why not offer full version for download?
Good app. Its nice knowing whats going on with my phone....
Won't Run by Itself Needs an obsolete custom app installation to work!
Problem with Lollipop fixed
Fix reported FC