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  # 1826941 22-Jul-2017 11:08
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setting > battery > gear icon > anything in there help?

 

i dont have any issues on my mate 9 with things that run in the background, i only have issue when i manually use the rubbish bin to clear out the memory.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1833608 30-Jul-2017 00:49
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+1 on this - drives me nuts on my P9... Been thru same cycle of ensuring app is protected etc. This seems to work for some apps but not for others - somewhat ironically WeChat seems to be one of the apps which seems to refuse to play nice. I have to periodically run the app to ensure I haven't missed any notifications.


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  # 1833637 30-Jul-2017 10:01
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My P9+ would kill android wear even with it listed as protected and drop the connection (ironically a huawei watch)

 

I ended yup going to performance mode for the battery, and it worked better for this and other apps and didn't notice a huge impact on battery life.

 

 




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  # 1833655 30-Jul-2017 11:33
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I have everything off: power saving, do not close apps option unchecked, app permissions to ignore optimisation, the padlock in task list and it still closes everything at random times. Contacted Huawei NZ and after a few days they confirmed this behaviour will change in future updates. Let's see, because as it is it doesn't help at all.




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  # 1834553 31-Jul-2017 22:06
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@CokemonZ:

 

hmmmm - thats a bugger then.

 

I got the p10 plus a week ago. It's awesome, but going to get a bit frustrated if this is a problem.

 



On my P10 I had a few apps that just didn't work properly. 

Plugshare would get slower and slower and slower.......

Next Charge refused to ever let me upload a photo to an EV charge entry. 

Both apps work perfectly on a Nexus 5x / One Plus 2 / SGS 7 / Motorola Nexus 6. 

There were other apps behaving oddly....but can't recall them at the moment.

As of today the P10 is a drawer-ware anyway. 

I went back to my SGS7. 





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@freitasm: I have everything off: power saving, do not close apps option unchecked, app permissions to ignore optimisation, the padlock in task list and it still closes everything at random times. Contacted Huawei NZ and after a few days they confirmed this behaviour will change in future updates. Let's see, because as it is it doesn't help at all.

 

Thanks for pushing this with them Mauricio! Let's hope the update to fix the problem comes a little earlier than the currently scheduled Nougat P9 upgrade, which sounds like it has been pushed to Q4 2017... >.<


 
 
 
 


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  # 2121470 7-Nov-2018 12:26
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did anyone get a solution for this issue? What I can do is to downgrade to android 7, then everything gets normal.




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  # 2121471 7-Nov-2018 12:27
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I am not sure about other devices but it seems they have managed for make it a lot better and more reliable o EMUI 9/Android P (on Huawei Mate 20 Pro at least).





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  # 2121477 7-Nov-2018 12:35
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We had this issue with one of our devices, it's resolved so let me see what we did and I'll post back. 

 

 


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  # 2121482 7-Nov-2018 12:39
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Like the majority of Chinese Android flavours (MIUI, EMUI, ColorOS et al), Flyme devices clear memory periodically to save battery life and preventapps going rogue
o Whitelist the apps you want to run in the background by dragging down on them from the task switcher and tapping the lock icon
o There is also a background apps setting in the Meizu Security app, whitelist everything you want to run at all times in here

 

 

 

Courtesy of Nik Turner :) 

 

I believe this did resolve the issues. 

 

 


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  # 2121549 7-Nov-2018 13:36
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White list doesn't work on Huawei mate9 with EMUI 8

 

I believe new android will follow iphone's aggressive strategy on power saving,  more and more app developers will use the same method( push notification via google server.) to wake up app in background.

 

Alternatively, rooting is an option, but will bring security issues. 




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  # 2121571 7-Nov-2018 14:08
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Correct. It's a mix of aggressive power management to make battery life longer plus bad developer practices causing apps to misbehave with something the OS expects to do...





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  # 2121573 7-Nov-2018 14:18
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cabos:

 

White list doesn't work on Huawei mate9 with EMUI 8

 

 

 

 

works fine on my one. Found it was closing utorrent and nordvpn,

 

went to apps and notifications -> apps -> selected app -> launch, changed it from automatic to manual and has worked since then


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  # 2121578 7-Nov-2018 14:25
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We had to ban Huawei from our BYOD policy because of this, we couldn't figure out a way to get the phones to stop killing Intune.  Once it killed the MDM it wouldn't get new polices etc.


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