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Run in background

Postby tpgchina » Wed Nov 25, 2009 7:43 pm

Question: after performing an "acceleration" the program suggests to "go back and hide the application" so it can work in the background. Is this necessary? If one performs an "acceleration" will the network modification settings remain active regardless of the program running in the background? Will the accelerated settings stay active until a hard boot? after a hard boot?

Thanks.
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Re: Run in background

Postby tina » Thu Nov 26, 2009 2:50 am

tpgchina wrote:Question: after performing an "acceleration" the program suggests to "go back and hide the application" so it can work in the background. Is this necessary? If one performs an "acceleration" will the network modification settings remain active regardless of the program running in the background? Will the accelerated settings stay active until a hard boot? after a hard boot?

Thanks.


Hello tpgchina,

Thanks for your question here, I am always ready to assist you.

As for your question, you need to run NetworkAcc in the background cuase NetworkAcc will analyze and optimize your mobile phone in the background, this way it will save your phone's memory. Yes, NetworkAcc will save the settings after you hit accelerate every time when you change the settings, so the settings will remail active after a hard boot, you just only need to hit accelerate and run it in the background. If your internet changed, you need to select from the management profile which you have save some different settings, select the proper one for your internet, hit accelerate and run it in the background.

Have a nice day!

Regards

Tina
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Re: Run in background

Postby tpgchina » Sat Nov 28, 2009 2:47 am

Thanks Tina.
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