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Killing recently used apps

2021-05-14, 0:26 AM

Hello team moto

 

Whenever I click to see my recent apps there is no option available to close down all background apps in one go instead it's showing me an option of screenshot, I am attaching a photo for ur reference. Guide me how to resolve this issue

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Re:Killing recently used apps

2021-06-09, 17:22 PM
the 'clear all' option is there at the extreme left of the recent apps screen. You need to scroll to the extreme left
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Re:Killing recently used apps

2021-05-14, 15:18 PM

@ Az12 wrote:

Hello team moto

 

Whenever I click to see my recent apps there is no option available to close down all background apps in one go instead it' showing me an option of screenshot, I am attaching a photo for ur reference. Guide me how to resolve this issue

 

Hello and thanks for posting. What you are seeing is how stock Android handles recent apps. There is no way to dismiss/close all recent apps. You have to manually swipe away each app to fully close them. This the same on Google Pixel phones as well. 

 

I hope you understand.

Thanks,

Tom



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Re:Killing recently used apps

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the 'clear all' option is there at the extreme left of the recent apps screen. You need to scroll to the extreme left

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Re:Killing recently used apps

2021-06-10, 16:28 PM

@ Arabind032 wrote:

the ' all' option is there at the extreme left of the recent apps screen. You need to scroll to the extreme left

 

Ahh yes, you're correct, I totally forgot it was over there. Good catch.

 

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