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From the Android developer site: If an activity has lost focus but is still visible (that is, a new non-full-sized or transparent activity has focus on top of your activity), it is paused. A paused activity is completely alive (it maintains all state and member information and remains attached to the window manager), but can be killed by the system in ...


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Android actually closes some background apps, but only when system ressources are missing (you open a massive game, for example) Greenify differ from the Android memory management by the fact that it kills all apps you specified at will or after a certain time, not only when ressources are missing. Nope. If some system apps that you do not use are ...


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Power your Device into Safe mode, Uninstall the Greenify App, Exit Safe Mode and Check if your phone is working. Power the Device Up in Safe Mode - Samsung Galaxy Note® 3 Website [Device-Specific Instructions] Safe Mode puts your phone in a diagnostic state (returned to default settings) so you can determine if a third-party app is causing ...


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Problem solved. 360 security was crashing with greenify.if you open the main page of 360 security then memory booster on top right hand side there is a ignore list. Add greenify to ignore list and you will be ok. It seems greenify and 360 security do the same function and when you run both at same time 360 tries to hibernate greenify which causes this ...


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Greenify and Task killer kill your apps, but Greenify also disable the receiver in the greenified apps. This way the apps won't be able to start again stealthily. The pro version can act as a GCM proxy, in which GCM messages are rerouted to Greenify and it can wake a greenified apps, giving you the best of both world (no RAM and CPU usage, yet still able ...


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This is a citation from excellent explanation by lioux on XDA: Greenify uses the Android command am to stop an app and applies this command again if the app is awakened by any action whatsoever. That's what hibernating means. Hibernated app will no longer start during phone boot, respond to registered intents or be triggered by alarms from the system. ...


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No you can't. Some apps like Greenify permit you to gain more functionality using adb commands (e.g. see this for Greenify). My device is presently not rooted but I use Greenify powered by these commands and it works well This is not as powerful as root access but much better compared to vanilla version These adb commands are not available for all apps ...


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If you're rooted and using greenify then there's this option of aggressive doze. Once try it and if not greenify then use kernel Adiutor to tweak your processor as per your need.


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In my personal experience and opinion, no. I have tried using it for about a 3 weeks, and haven't seen any improvement. Maybe it works for rooted or custom Rom devices, but generally Nougat does a pretty good job.


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There are quite a few apps which will wake up Facebook in the background. In particular, any apps which offer to allow you to sign in via a Facebook identity. Even though you might not have signed up via Facebook, those apps will often wake up FB anyway. If you want to ensure FB doesn't wake up, then you need to install Xposed framework, enable the ...


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I had the same issue and requested a new configuration sms from my mobile carrier. Installed the settings for 0.1 sec, restarted the phone. SOLVED !!!


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