Will not disable all apps. This app will not disable Facebook, Amazon, Kindle, all the Google apps, soft Card, Watchdog, all the Verizon apps and a few more. I guess this app needs more work or maybe these apps are not apps that can be disabled.
The FIRST startup app that DOES what it SAYS! I love this app! Ive tried DOZENS that FAIL on keeping apps dead but not Startup Manager! I selected the apps i wanted disabled even fb and messenger. Then restarted my phone and whent straight to the running apps list in settings. You can see the apps try to strt then they drop off the list as Startup Manager swats them down! Thank you Jesus! I also am using All in One Toolbox which is even better than CleanMaster and THAT IS SAYING SOMETHING! You guys hit it on the head and got my 5 stars! Thanks!
Not rooted? This does nothing. And yet it has a really dumb design: Annoying flashing ad blocks data; button to "disable all" (which doesn't) but no undo or "enable all". Yet another amateur crapp.
Foreground Service after bootup. 10 to 45MB constantly running 77% CPU, until I manually kill it. That is insane. Fix that. Make the app stop after around 5 minutes!
Works perfectly fine! First of all, a big thanks to the devs for making and keeping this app seperately. Best option without root for sure. Secondly, this app is for modifying boot launch events only. If the apps you're trying to disable launch by other event calls, you'll need root for that. Don't blame the app. Finally, the surprisingly not so well known app called "ShutApp" works great with this to keep it bloat-free and better running than "even" the first day.
Boot Manager Substitute I've always used Boot Manager, the Xposed module. But I've recently moved to CM12.1 on my OnePlus One, which is based on Android 5.1. Unfortunately, Xposed doesn't work with Android 5.1, so I need a new boot manager. If you're rooted, this app will work great. I like how you can even do system apps (Boot Manager doesn't do this). You must be rooted, otherwise this will not work. The only thing I don't like is the styling. This is taking on a JellyBean sort of styling? Does anyone even use that anymore? It looks tired and outdated. A material update is DEFINITELY needed. I will be moving to BM once Xposed is available, but other than that it's brilliant!
- Fix Startup Time not correct issue
- Improve UI
- Other bug fixes
- Optimize UI
- Fix bugs reported by users
- Fix issue: "could not disable some apps" on rooted devices
- Keep Youtube from being disabled for security reason
- Add Indonesian support (Many thanks to Andre SG Samosir)
- Minor UI enhancements