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Master Geek
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Topic # 213927 19-Apr-2017 12:45 Send private message quote this post

I have a Vodafone Smart Turbo 7, and somehow have selected a setting that causes the Display settings to revert to a low brightness level and a 15 second Sleep delay when ever I switch the phone off. As I live in an area without coverage, and only get to town once or twice a week, the phone is switched off most of the time.

 

When I switch it on, i set the brightness to a suitable sunny day visual setting, and the Sleep timing to 2 minutes. However, after being switched off and on again, the settings are back to a low brightness level and to 15 second sleep mode.

 

To try to keep the battery usage levels low, while asleep, I am using GREENIFY to swith off (hibernate and sleep) all apps while in a coverage area.

 

How can I retain the settings I have selected?


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1767312 19-Apr-2017 13:36 Send private message quote this post

Try it with out greenify, or see if greenify has options to exclude certain options







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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1767396 19-Apr-2017 15:09 Send private message quote this post

It was happening before I installed Greenify which was installed in an attempt to rectify the problem.

 

Thanks anyway.


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