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Customize the boot of your Android smartphone thanks to BootManager

At this point in life, smartphones have already become an almost essential tool for our daily chores, whether from a social, leisure or work point of view. Derived from this intensive use, there are many of us who have a large number of applications installed on our device. Applications that, in some cases, are configured to start at startup with consequent loss of speed that this entails. Now, thanks to BootManager, you will be able to choose which applications you want when starting Android.

It is true that the application market for Android offers several possibilities to make the operating system start as short a wait as possible, but this time we are going to talk about an application that comes with the support of xda-developers. In fact, the creator of BootManager He is one of the oldest members of xda that offers us An app to be able to control every last detail that will be executed and that will not, when we turn on our smartphone.

Comfortable installation and easy use

We can find BootManager not only in the thread xda-developers about it, but we can also get hold of it from its own Web page or through Google Play. Once the application is downloaded we will only have to run it and select those applications that we do not want to start at startup operating system. Easy right?

In the event that we do not download BootManager from Google Play, but we decide to do it from the repository provided by its developers, the installation of the .apk file will be the same as on other occasions. As always, we recommend the method of sending the .apk by email as an attachment to the account that we have configured on our smartphone. Once the email is received on the device, we will only have to execute the attached file and the installation will begin – as long as we have the option to allow the installation of applications of unknown origin activated -.

Download BootManager from Google play

Source: xda-developers