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If what you want is to keep the screen on while a certain app is running in foreground, there are several apps around which can help you out. I personally use tasker for this (ever since I bought the app years ago) successfully with a recipe that rawly reads: Condition: App (select the apps concerned) Task: Display timeout (set higher, or disable it ...


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This is the task bar showing applications currently in main memory. The broom cleans up main memory except "locked" apps. To clean them up, you can flick them up one by one. Yet, with Android it is not necessary to do this in the vast majority of cases. Android OS does a pretty good job of managing memory and swapping apps to storage.


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The primary purpose of Easy Mode is to make the customization and use of a smart phone simpler and easier (usually for a first-time smartphone user or non-techy user). Easy Mode Vs Normal Mode for Android is quite similar to Apple vs Android --> Apple is often simpler, but less customizable. If you just want to use your phone, Easy Mode will be easier for ...


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An option for you might be the Silent Mode Widget. It puts a widget on your homescreen to silence / restore your volume settings with a single tap. (I have not tried this app. There also appear to be several other similar apps that you might try instead.)


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There are several ways to get your volume levels back. Personally I like to use the IFTTT app to set my ringer volume to maximum when I connect to my home WiFi. (recipe) If you want to fix your volume at a specific time, say, you can create a new recipe using the Date & Time Channel.


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The stock camera app doesn't allow such manual adjustments, so you'll probably need a 3rd-party app such as DSLR Camera Pro $3, Shot Control $3 with a free demo or Camera FV-5 $5 with a free demo. This will let you manually adjust the shutter speed, aperture, ISO, etc like a DSLR.


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I have written a small android app that can be used to set the process limit by using Java Reflection to access the internal API. On Android 4.0 you don't even need to install it as a system app. This is required for Android 4.2 or so onward. https://github.com/flode/SetAndroidProcessLimit Thank you @t0mm13b for the internal API reference ;)



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