egzthunder1 · Mar 22, 2011 at 06:00 pm

Manage Your Device With AntTek App Manager Root

Do you like Android’s stock app manager? If the answer to that question is no, then you should certainly take a quick look at what XDA member leducbao has prepared for you. AntTek App Manager Root is an app manager replacement for rooted devices that is packed with extra options not found in the regular app manager. This will allow you to not only do basic functions such as add/remove apps, but will also allow you to freeze/unfreeze apps, clear cache’s, backup and restore data, and much more. In case you are wondering what freezing an app actually is, it is the process of hiding it from Android’s memory, so that no resources are used on it. The inverse process of this? Yup, you guessed it… defrost.

Please make sure that your device is rooted before installing this. If you have any feedback or suggestions regarding this, please leave some feedback for the dev.

App Manager {root} is a powerful utility to manage Android apps, data, and caches. This app is designed specially for rooted devices. It offers several advanced features such as freeze, back up an app, manage application caches. Following is a complete feature list.

You can find more information in the application thread.

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