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Applications After using some applications I turn them off only to find that they are still running in the background. Is there any setting or software that would allow me to exit an application and NOT have it using up battery power in the background?

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Re: Applications

I use e800 too and I switch them off manually. You are right. All used applications running in background. All of them are listed in “running” tab. Like I said you can switch them off manually singly or all of them with “select all” option.

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