Every time I start my laptop, the HTC Sync Manager is launched automatically. I don't mean the automounter which is started when you connect your phone. I mean the the HTC Sync Manager itself which is magically started and places its icon on the top of the screen:
Question: How can I turn off that the HTC Sync Manager is started on every reboot?
I'm running a MacBook Pro with 10.9.
When I go to Preferences->Users&Groups->LoginItems then the HTC Manager does not appear there. The directory
/Library/StartupItems/ is empty as well.
I have made the folder content of certain startup daemons available as requested by Frizlab. Please find here the contents of the command
tree ~/Library/LaunchAgents/ /Library/LaunchAgents/ /Library/LaunchDaemons/ \ /System/Library/LaunchAgents/ /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/
Additionally, I have reboot the MacBook without logging in and opened an
ssh to it. It seems that the HTC application is started after the login. After I logged in, I find the following process
penny:~ patrick$ ps x | grep HTC 232 ?? S 0:00.22 /Applications/HTC Sync Manager.app/Contents/Resources/HSMMonitor.app/Contents/MacOS/HSMMonitor -runMode autoLaunched 401 s001 S+ 0:00.00 grep HTC