My Music Player can't play more than 5mins & 10sec after you stopped using the screen, same with my Audio Recorder and after the short records it stores as .3gpp.tmp which can't play on android because of the (.tmp). I was told that Nova Launcher app can help but I can't get the full details.

More Details.

Music Crashes on Boom player, Google Play music, VLC & Music player by Mobile_V5. Yes I withdrew from Battery Optimization and it didn't work.

Model: Itel A51

Version: 6.0

  • Looks like you just self-answered your question: your music players get closed by Doze (battery saving feature of Android) – and you can work around that by excluding them from battery optimization. – Izzy Jul 30 '20 at 17:42
  • Why are you guys confusing me here? I post an issue you ask for more details. I provide necessary details, you close the topic and show option for delete. Now I deleted and create a new one with full details your remembered I have one I created earlier. Be helpful am not always here – Nwabuisi Cyprian Jul 30 '20 at 18:27
  • I didn't close your post, and as far as I can see noone showed you an option to delete. The closure of your original post was for lacking sufficient details to be answered; once edited accordingly, such a post can of course be re-opened. Maybe our tour can help you understand how SE sites work? // Back to topic: is exempting your music player from optimization not solving your issue? You wrote when you did so they worked – or did I misunderstand that? – Izzy Jul 30 '20 at 19:06
  • I guess I don't understand the procedures. Anyway "Battery Optimization" didn't work, when I set it not to Optimize. I once saw how to do it with Nova Launcher App but can't pin the site link again. – Nwabuisi Cyprian Jul 30 '20 at 20:51
  • Ah, a spelling mistake, I see. I don't know the device, but could it be a resource issue? I tried to look it up, but all I could find was a Lava A51, which seems to match what you wrote. If your device also comes with only 512M RAM, it could be the LMK (Low Memory Killer), see e.g. this question. Could you try to grab some logcat details? Our logging tag-wiki should help you with that. – Izzy Jul 30 '20 at 23:50

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