How can manage activities on stack of Android?

When we develop the android applications when we navigate from one activity to other, but once we do this process the previous activities are in the stack and when we navigate we need to go back many times, how can we avoid this problem in Android using Java.
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If you're using activities, you can't do that, because Android is like this by design.

What you can do is use Views. This way you have a single activity that controls how/when/what views are displayed. The user won't be able to tell a single-activity/multiple-vies from multiple-activities.

Tabbed applications is one example of such design:

Android's UI guideline, however, dictates that each View show have its own Activity (Activity-as-view), but that's not an iron-cast rule. You're, obviously, free to create you own app design:

There is a nice discussion in the link below that will be quite interesting:: 


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