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Launcher always loading when I leave an application :-\

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When I enter an application and them press home to go to home the launcher always restarts and keeps loading and eventually appears again I've used several but always the same happens I'm on b927 someone??

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I have experienced this quite a bit with various launchers. While it doesnt tackle the cause, you could get a launcher [e.g. Hulu] that has the option in its settings to keep loaded in memory (worked for me) or use a third party memory app which allows you to specify apps which shoult be resident and not terminated / closed for ram?

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some launchers have a lock home in memory option which is what you need.

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When you open the launcher it should give you a check box to set a default. Either open the launcher to bring this up or uninstall unused launchers

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some launchers have a lock home in memory option which is what you need.
I can't remember when or where, but tillaz posted something that you change in a file (build.prop I think) and it locks the home in memory
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I can't remember when or where, but tillaz posted something that you change in a file (build.prop I think) and it locks the home in memory

ro.HOME_APP_ADJ=1 should do the trick.

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Apex launcher has keep in memory feature:

Apex settings\Advanced settings\Keep in memory

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ro.HOME_APP_ADJ=1 should do the trick.

yeah, that! I cant remember things like that....
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Im using nemus!!! But i dont know how to edit that

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Add it to your /system/build.prop file. You will need root to do so.

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just use apex launcher, and set it in launcher settings.

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nemus doesn't have the option I don't think

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