Startup Manager (Free)

Startup Manager (Free)


Startup Manager aims at helping disable/enable startup items from system boot for Android devices including smartphones and tablets. To disable an item from system startup, uncheck the application from the list (recheck to restore and it will start again). For other item that do not start with system boot, please use “Customize” to add and enable it to start with system boot.

Supported languages: English, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Russian, and Indonesian.

User tab shows all the user applications that have restart function. You can uncheck them all to enhance system startup speed. Long tap an app name will give you access to enable/disable, read application info about, uninstall the app and search the app in Android Market.

System tab shows all the system processes that start with system boot. Some processes may not be necessary to start due to our using habits and preferences. Please uncheck these processes only if you know well about the effects of disabling them.

If you want to add a new item that does not start with device boot, Customize is the best choice.

Besides features above, from Startup Manager Menu - settings you can also select if you want to calculate system startup time and disable system boot sound.

Note: For android 2.2 and higher OS non-rooted devices, some processes will restart themselves right after being disabled.

Product Features:
- Master of Android system's startup entry management
- Intelligently analyze and monitor all system startup entries (include user applications and system processes) in the background
- Safely disable any undesired application or process from auto-startup at device boot
- One click to view detailed properties for each startup entry
- Disabled startup entries are stored for future restoration
- Add your favorite applications (including 3rd party user apps or system apps) to system startup

Recent changes:
- Fix Startup Time not correct issue
- Improve UI
- Other bug fixes

v4.7 upgrades:
- Optimize UI
- Fix bugs reported by users


v4.6 upgrades:
- Fix issue: "could not disable some apps" on rooted devices
- Keep Youtube from being disabled for security reason
- Add Indonesian support (Many thanks to Andre SG Samosir)
- Minor UI enhancements
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File size
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About Startup Manager (Free)
Startup Manager aims at helping disable/enable startup items from system boot for Android devices including smartphones and tablets. To disable an item from system startup, uncheck the application from the list (recheck to restore and it will start again). For other item that do not start with system boot, please use “Customize” to add and enable it to start with system boot.

Supported languages: English, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Russian, and Indonesian.

User tab shows all the user applications that have restart function. You can uncheck them all to enhance system startup speed. Long tap an app name will give you access to enable/disable, read application info about, uninstall the app and search the app in Android Market.

System tab shows all the system processes that start with system boot. Some processes may not be necessary to start due to our using habits and preferences. Please uncheck these processes only if you know well about the effects of disabling them.

If you want to add a new item that does not start with device boot, Customize is the best choice.

Besides features above, from Startup Manager Menu - settings you can also select if you want to calculate system startup time and disable system boot sound.

Note: For android 2.2 and higher OS non-rooted devices, some processes will restart themselves right after being disabled.

Product Features:
- Master of Android system's startup entry management
- Intelligently analyze and monitor all system startup entries (include user applications and system processes) in the background
- Safely disable any undesired application or process from auto-startup at device boot
- One click to view detailed properties for each startup entry
- Disabled startup entries are stored for future restoration
- Add your favorite applications (including 3rd party user apps or system apps) to system startup

Recent changes:
- Fix Startup Time not correct issue
- Improve UI
- Other bug fixes

v4.7 upgrades:
- Optimize UI
- Fix bugs reported by users


v4.6 upgrades:
- Fix issue: "could not disable some apps" on rooted devices
- Keep Youtube from being disabled for security reason
- Add Indonesian support (Many thanks to Andre SG Samosir)
- Minor UI enhancements

User reviews of Startup Manager (Free)
Simple tool. Works as advertised. Simply uncheck to remove programs from the start up process. Phone restarts faster.
Dec 12, 2011
Needs a bit of training but then works fine - Motorola DEFY (Eclair)
Oct 10, 2011
Yet another fake free app its a trial .
Jun 24, 2011
Author doesn't disclose is a time-limited trial version, NOT a free version. This is deceptive and I imagine against the terms of the Android Market.
Feb 28, 2011
Excellent for root access users. Remove some of the apps you just don't want to run in the background from the startup sequence. Doesn't detect all autorun apps, though, so you may want to check with another app as well. Finally, random increase/decrease in size for the app list is finally a thing of the past.
Jan 26, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Mar 24, 2015
Does not work I am rooted so that's not why. Gave it superuser rights but first it didn't show all apps that auto start and did not block the few that it was supposed to block. NO GOOD.
A Google User
Mar 22, 2015
May be infected?
A Google User
Mar 20, 2015
Thanks, its work
A Google User
Mar 14, 2015
Doesn't work Says it works, accesses root, but doesn't after reboot
A Google User
Mar 8, 2015
Not rooted? This does nothing. And yet it has a really dumb design: Annoying flashing ad blocks data; button to "disable all" (which doesn't) but no undo or "enable all". Yet another amateur crapp.