Autorun Manager Updated To v2.0
You may remember the launch of Autorun Manager, and now XDA forum member ratson has announced the latest update to version 2.0.
For those of you that are new to Autorun Manager, it’s an application that lets you manage applications that start up upon boot of your Android device. This helps to shorten system load times and gives you the possibility to decide what you want to run on your system.
The 2.0 release brings an advanced tab, giving you control over intent receivers directly, so that you can completely disable automatically running parts of applications.
Autorun Manager is available for free in the Market. For more information and the QR code, head on over to the application thread.
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