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It would be nice if on the mobile apps when you click on processes you could long press on a service and add it to the list of monitored services. This way you can do it after the install if needed. Currently the only option is to kill process. 

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We generally refrain from doing any sort of configuration from the mobile apps as it's not very comfortable. In this particular case you'd like to add a process stopped notification?

-Paul

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