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How To Use Task Manager on Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4

By: Unknown | Saturday, March 15, 2014


If your Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 is suffering from performance issues like slowing downs, freezes and hangings there is a big possibility that a lot of applications are running in the background eating up your tablet's RAM. The most common action to undertake is to close those apps and you can only do that by pulling up the Task Manager.

Android has a built-in task manager, which has already been proven effective in dealing with issues mentioned above. This post will guide you through using the Task Manager in your Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4.

Things You Can Do With Task Manager

  • End or stop currently active apps.
  • View downloaded and installed apps on your tablet.
  • Clear your phone's memory via the RAM Manager.
  • View used and remaining storage space.

How To Pull Up Task Manager

  1. From any location in any app, you can touch the Recent Apps key to pull up the Recent applications screen
  2. Underneath the list of the recently-used apps is where you can find the Task Manager link. Tap on it to bring the Task Manager screen of your Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4.
  3. The first screen to welcome you is the Active Applications tab. It displays a list of apps that are currently running. You can end their process one by one or you can simply touch the End All button at the top to stop all of them simultaneously.
  4. To view downloaded and installed apps, tap the Downloaded tab.
  5. To clear your phone's memory, tap the RAM Manager tab. In there, you can find the Clear Memory button. This procedure has been proven helpful in solving problems related to the slowing down of t he device.
  6. To view used and remaining storage in your tablet, tap Storage.
And that's pretty much it. I hope this tutorial helps.

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