Facing problem with the booting process of your Android device? Is it taking lot of time even after having the latest hardware? Don’t worry we have an applications for this problem also, called as the BootManager. Android BootManager is an Xposed framework module that gives the user the control over each and every app that is set for an automatic start while booting of the device is carried on. This app needs a rooted device and the Xposed framework should be installed.
We see many devices taking lot of time for booting, it’s a common problem faced by all the Smart Phone users. This problems occurs because the there are many apps that automatically pop up and start running when the device is booted. These entire apps will be using the RAM and the processor and if your device is low in it, then it’s going to be more frustrating. Thanks to BootManager, it helps solving this problem to certain extent.
After installing the BootManager App on to your Android device, while you run the app for the first time it will be listing all (system apps + user installed) the apps that are set to run when you boot the device. However this feature is not is not applicable for the system apps if the download is a free version but user installed apps can be listed.
After you get the list of apps that are running while booting, select an app and tap on it to disable its start up entry. The disabled app will be highlighted in Red indicating its removal from starting up at boot. After this processed is once completed you can try and see if your device is still lagging. This app has got a rating of 4.5 and is a fairly new app that was updated last in January 31st 2014.
So are you going to download this app? Feel that you use better app than this? Let us know and stay tuned for more updates and comment back if you are facing any problem in installing or running this device. This app can be downloaded from the Google Play Store and the size of the download is 113kb.