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How to Stop Android operating system services ?

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Hello Guyz...

I want an Android device like mobile phones with no mobile features in it like no camera,no calling facility no sound nothing...

I just want a touchscreen device with android operating system so that i can install my own app and i dont want any other app should get install in it... only my app would be there...

can anyone pls tell me how can i do this....

or is it possible to stop all the services of our android cellphone so that when i switch on my mobile phone directly my app should be visible....


I don't know whether my question is correct or not but i want to do this...


please reply .......
May 4 '14 #1
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Rabbit
12,516 Expert Mod 8TB
Your thread has been moved to the mobile development forum.

You can not do this unless you jailbreak the phone and flash your own custom OS / ROM onto it.
May 4 '14 #2
Uninstall all apps manually, stop services manually, uninstall services manually,
Jun 10 '14 #3
Yeah im guessing you would have to flash the device.
Jun 27 '14 #4
In android device user can download and install apps from Google play and many others stores. Android provides limited access memory and when you install app it consume memory. If you want to uninstall some apps which you have no need to use then you can uninstall your apps.
Dec 5 '15 #5

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