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    Question Process stays in memory

    Hello,

    When I quit Foobar, the process is still in memory and I must kill it with a task manager. I was wondering if this is a bug or a feature?

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    Re: Process stays in memory

    Nobody can confirm if it stays in memory or not?...

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    Re: Process stays in memory

    Quote Originally Posted by DJiK View Post
    Hello,

    When I quit Foobar, the process is still in memory and I must kill it with a task manager. I was wondering if this is a bug or a feature?
    Your phone is meant to keep things in memory, that is literally what it is built for. When your phone needs more RAM it automatically closes apps which haven't been used for a long time. If there is no process doing stuff on the background it also isn't much of a battery drain. Keeping foobar in memory is used to automatically startup when connecting to headphones/bluetooth etc.

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    Re: Process stays in memory

    Quote Originally Posted by Tweek View Post
    When your phone needs more RAM it automatically closes apps which haven't been used for a long time.
    Not really... Foobar is alaways here. And I have a game that crashes often because it needs a lot of RAM, and Foobar is still in memory. I need a player with a real "quit" button and not a fake one!

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