ForceStopChain

ForceStopChain


*Description*

This is a simple application program that sequentially calls setting activity which is enabled "Force Stop" button. This program can close the task and release memory.
You can choose target apps since version 1.1.0, and you can check only working apps at setting menu since version 1.1.2!
This app supported Android 4.2 on version 1.1.1.
Since it was impossible to have used the old method, the alternative method was introduced.
When the application was hit but cannot push "force stop button", please skip by the BACK key in that case.

*Already tested and fine phones*

HTC Desire X06HT
HTC Evo WIMAX
SAMSUNG GALAXY S SC-02B
SAMSUNG GALAXY S II SC-02C
SAMSUNG GALAXY NEXUS SC-04D
SAMSUNG GALAXY NEXUS 7
Huawei Pocket WiFi S S31HW
SHARP GALAPAGOS 003SH
SHARP GALAPAGOS 005SH
SHARP GALAPAGOS 006SH
ZTE Libero 003Z
NEC LifeTouch NOTE
Acer ICONIA TAB A500


This program is certain to release all memory compared with other task-manage applications, but little bit complicated.

This program is support for applications made by the third party and the updated. If you want to close more applications, you can enter setting list by the dialog at the end to the management.

Recent changes:
1.0 (Jul/14/2011) new!
1.0.1 (Aug/26/2011) supported for android 3.x!
1.0.2 (Nov/30/2011) fixed force stop bugs and edited for release own memory at the end.
1.1.0 (Apl/19/2012) added setting menu which you can choose target apps.
1.1.1 (Dec/4/2012) supported for android 4.2!
1.1.2 (Dec/25/2012) You can check only working apps at setting menu.
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Free
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4.1
User ratings
786
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
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File size
35 kb
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About ForceStopChain
*Description*

This is a simple application program that sequentially calls setting activity which is enabled "Force Stop" button. This program can close the task and release memory.
You can choose target apps since version 1.1.0, and you can check only working apps at setting menu since version 1.1.2!
This app supported Android 4.2 on version 1.1.1.
Since it was impossible to have used the old method, the alternative method was introduced.
When the application was hit but cannot push "force stop button", please skip by the BACK key in that case.

*Already tested and fine phones*

HTC Desire X06HT
HTC Evo WIMAX
SAMSUNG GALAXY S SC-02B
SAMSUNG GALAXY S II SC-02C
SAMSUNG GALAXY NEXUS SC-04D
SAMSUNG GALAXY NEXUS 7
Huawei Pocket WiFi S S31HW
SHARP GALAPAGOS 003SH
SHARP GALAPAGOS 005SH
SHARP GALAPAGOS 006SH
ZTE Libero 003Z
NEC LifeTouch NOTE
Acer ICONIA TAB A500


This program is certain to release all memory compared with other task-manage applications, but little bit complicated.

This program is support for applications made by the third party and the updated. If you want to close more applications, you can enter setting list by the dialog at the end to the management.

Recent changes:
1.0 (Jul/14/2011) new!
1.0.1 (Aug/26/2011) supported for android 3.x!
1.0.2 (Nov/30/2011) fixed force stop bugs and edited for release own memory at the end.
1.1.0 (Apl/19/2012) added setting menu which you can choose target apps.
1.1.1 (Dec/4/2012) supported for android 4.2!
1.1.2 (Dec/25/2012) You can check only working apps at setting menu.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 29, 2015
Survive the lag! Running this one app once in a while, is way better than most of the task killers out there!
A Google User
Jul 26, 2015
useless
A Google User
Jul 2, 2015
Does what it says!! The only solution for no root devices! All other task killers are a pathetic joke and makes things worse by interfering with android memory management.
A Google User
Jun 16, 2015
Allow Always
A Google User
Jun 8, 2015
Bad Translation It might work, but the English makes no sense. What does "You can't back this operation!!" mean ?. It sounds scary, so I'm not going to test it until it's explained to me in English. Could really do with the ability to add apps to the list from a list of currently running apps because going through 400+ apps when only a few are running is more time consuming than doing it manually from a task manager list.