You may notice that some of your Android applications launch themselves upon your device’s start-up. Well, you shouldn’t be surprised as your little device is a diminutive equivalent of a computer system. The downside, however, is the slow booting process of your little green bot. It is something that can be pretty annoying simply because of its time-consuming drama.
Cool thing that Google gives us a ‘say’ about this matter. We can easily customize our settings and implement our desired effect. The outcome: Only the apps we deem necessary to launch upon start-up will open. It’s time-wise and practical all the way! So how do we manage this prevention of app launch on start-up?
- If you have the Xposed installer app, head to Downloads immediately. Use the search box to find BootManager and tap on it.
- Inside the BootManager’sXposed module page, hit Versions >> Download. This should let you install the app but don’t launch it just yet.
- Head back to the Xposed installer app and hit Modules. Tick on the box next to BootManager and reboot your device.
- After the reboot, go immediately to your app drawer and search for BootManager. Launch it and after a few moments of app scanning, it should give you the list of applications you can customize for start-up launch. Finish!
- Now, if you want to uninstall BootManager, just head to Xposed>> Modules and un-tick the box next to BootManager. Go to Settings >> Apps Menu >>BootManager and uninstall it the traditional way.