There’s nothing worse than picking up your phone and turning it on and realizing that the notification you just received should have arrived 10 minutes (or hours) ago. Annoyingly, the root cause is often Android itself, which tries to manage the phone’s battery life by forcing “low” priority apps to sleep, resulting in delayed notifications. Fortunately, Android gives you the ability to configure this behavior at some level on a per-app basis, so you can be sure you’ll get a notification when your phone ships, instead of That’s when you decide what your phone should be. Get them
Solving this problem is relatively straightforward, and while the battery optimization feature may seem a little confusing at first, it’s actually just a few quick steps to fix this annoying problem.
Google and most other manufacturers
The steps below will work for most Android phones with Oreo (Android 8.0) or higher installed. However, some smartphone manufacturers completely change Android’s battery optimization for their own implementation.
- Find the app you want to work with on your home screen or launcher.
- Press and hold to bring up the menu and select it. App information shortcut ( (i) Symbol or something along that line).
- Mill Battery Tap and tap an item in the menu you just opened.
- Select on the next screen. unlimited, That app can then run in the background with very few restrictions.
That’s it – but you have to repeat this process for every app you want to keep awake in the background. These settings usually persist across phone reboots and these apps can run normally. To turn battery optimization back on, go back to the menu. correction Option Android 12 no longer provides a list of exempt apps, so it’s a good idea to keep tabs on the apps you’ve left unrestricted in your Notes.
If you have a Samsung device running One UI, Samsung offers another way to control sleeping background apps. It’s pretty easy to use and can override OS-level battery optimization settings (but kind of redundant). If you have a Samsung phone, make sure you set it up. Furthermore Prevent apps from sleeping with the battery optimization settings above. If you’ve told the Android OS not to improve app battery life, but your Samsung settings don’t, your phone may still sleep.
- Follow the instructions in the section above.
- When you’re done, you’ll have to dig deeper to find Samsung’s controls. Launch the Settings app. Battery and device management. after this Battery. On the battery page Limit background usage.
- Here you can find a list of three other apps that implement some form of power management. To see a list of apps that can run in the background with as few restrictions as possible. Apps that never sleep.. You can add more apps to this list. Plus Log in at the top right.
Xiaomi complicates things a bit. As with the Pixel…