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How to Prevent the LOQED App from Being Restricted by Power Management Settings on Android
How to Prevent the LOQED App from Being Restricted by Power Management Settings on Android

Prevent the LOQED app from being restricted by power management settings that might prevent an app from running in the background.

Updated over a week ago

Android 13

  1. Go to your phone settings > Apps > LOQED.

  2. Make sure that "Remove permissions if app is unused" is disabled (if this option is available).

  3. Go to your phone settings > Apps > LOQED > Battery.

  4. Select "Unrestricted" or similar option to allow the app to run freely in the background.

  5. Go to your phone settings > Battery and device care > Battery > Background usage limits (or similar option).

  6. Make sure that "Put unused apps to sleep" or similar option is disabled.

  7. Go to your phone settings > Battery and device care > Three dots (top right corner) > Automation (or similar option).

  8. Make sure that "Auto-optimize daily" and "Adaptive power saving" are disabled.

Android 12

Samsung

  1. Go to your phone settings > Apps > LOQED.

  2. Make sure that "Remove permissions if app is unused" is disabled.

  3. Go to your phone settings > Apps > LOQED > Battery.

  4. Select "Unrestricted".

  5. Go to your phone settings > Battery and device care > Battery > Background usage limits.

  6. Make sure that "Put unused apps to sleep" is disabled.

  7. Go to your phone settings > Battery and device care > Three dots (top right corner) > Automation.

  8. Make sure that "Auto-optimize daily" and "Adaptive power saving" are disabled.

Huawei, OnePlus, Google Pixel, Oppo, Nokia

  1. Go to your phone settings > Apps.

  2. Find and tap LOQED.

  3. Tap Battery.

  4. Select "Unrestricted".

Android 11

Samsung

  1. Go to your phone settings > Apps > LOQED.

  2. Tap Battery > Optimize battery usage.

  3. Expand the list to All apps from the drop-down filter.

  4. Make sure that the toggle for the LOQED app is switched OFF.

  5. Go to your phone settings > Battery and device care.

  6. Tap on the three dots menu (⁝), then Automation.

  7. Make sure that Auto-optimize daily is disabled.

OnePlus

  1. Go to your phone settings > Battery > Battery Optimization.

  2. Expand the list to All apps from the drop-down filter.

  3. Find and tap LOQED.

  4. Select "Don't optimize".

  5. Go to Settings on your phone > Apps & notifications.

  6. Tap Special app access, then select LOQED.

  7. Turn off Battery optimization.

Google Pixel

  1. Go to Settings on your phone, then tap on Battery.

  2. Tap the three dots menu, then tap on Battery Optimization.

  3. Select LOQED and make sure it’s set to Not optimized.

  4. Go back to Settings, then tap on Apps & Notifications.

  5. Tap Advanced, then Special app access.

  6. Tap Battery optimization and make sure LOQED is on the Not optimized list.

Android 10

Samsung

  1. Go to your phone settings > Device care, and then Battery.

  2. Tap Battery usage.

  3. In this battery usage list, find and tap on LOQED.

  4. Make sure that "Put app to sleep" is disabled.

  5. Go to yourphone settings > Apps, and then tap on LOQED.

  6. Tap Optimize battery usage.

  7. Expand the list to All apps from the drop-down filter.

  8. Make sure that the toggle for the LOQED app is switched OFF.

Google Pixel, Nokia

  1. Go to your phone settings > Apps & notifications.

  2. Select the LOQED app.

  3. Tap Battery, then tap Battery optimization.

  4. Expand the list to All apps from the drop-down filter.

  5. Find and select the LOQED app.

  6. From the pop-up menu, select "Don't optimize".

  7. Tap Done.

Xiaomi

  1. When you open the recent apps tray, drag your app downwards (it will be locked). So, even if you clear recent apps, it will not clear them from the background. Drag downwards again to clear your app from the background.

  2. Go to Settings > Advanced Settings > Battery manager > Power plan is set to Performance.

  3. Device Settings > Advanced Settings > Battery Manager > Protected apps – your app needs to be Protected.

  4. Device Settings > Apps > your app > Battery > Power-intensive prompt and Keep running after screen off.

  5. Settings > Additional Settings > Battery & Performance > Manage apps’ battery usage and here:

    • Switch Power Saving Modes to Off

    • Choose the next options: Saving Power in The Background > Choose apps > select your app > Background Settings > No restrictions.

Please note that these instructions are specific to the phone brands and Android versions mentioned, and may not apply to all devices. Always ensure to check your phone's specific settings to ensure optimal performance.

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