Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus: How To Stop Apps From Auto Starting
Some Samsung Galaxy S9 or Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus users are complaining about third-party apps doing its own thing. When you install these apps without checking or tweaking their settings according to your preferences, you will definitely face annoying problems, like your apps starting up on its own. Apps that act upon their own may cause delays with your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus device, at it adds loading time to your initial device startup.
Here, you will learn two solutions so that you can permanently stop your third-party apps from opening up when you turn on your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus. This article will help you decide which apps can do this and which ones cannot.
Solution #1: Freezing Third-party Applications
In order to fix this problem, you can disable or stop third-party applications from working on your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus. This one particularly works for apps already installed on your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus when you go first bought it. If you want to stop those apps, all you have to do is follow these five easy steps:
- Select Settings
- Go to Applications
- Tap on Application Manager
- Choose the app you would like to disable
- Toggle disable.
Solution #2: Use Another Third-party Application
The alternative solution involves a third-party app that will solve the problem. It will run while you’re turning your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus on and it will block particular programs and applications from working while you’re doing this.
- Log into Google Play
- Search for the Startup Manager app
- Download and install the Startup Manager from Google Play
- Use the application. Here, you will get to access a list of applications available on your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus
- Add and remove applications as you please
- Exit the app when you’re done.
Take note, however, that you must only disable the applications listed under the User category when using your Startup Manager. If you disable in-house Samsung Galaxy S9 or Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus applications, it might make your device run slowly or manifest errors.