Question about HTC Hero Smartphone
It is now generally well known in the Android community that task killers do not provide any advantages over the built-in task managing of the phone. A lot of people will start killer tasks that are vital to the phone's operation and may cause other parts to force close. So in my honest opinion, you don't need it.
But if you want to play with it, here are some pointers.
First off, if you downloaded the .apk file, you will need to copy it to your SD card. Go to the Market, and install the app AppInstaller. This will search you SD card for .apk files and give you the prompted to install onto your phone.
When you run the task killer, you will be presented with a list of running tasks (just like in Windows Task Manager). You can kill any task that is running, but like I said previously, killing something vital can cause problems. Kill one thing at a time, and see how it affects your system. Some tasks are necessary and will start back up on it own.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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