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How to fix unstable connection issues on Android?

Smartphones are getting more powerful day by day, but the technology behind the battery and its capacity are still lagging behind. Major OEMs are implementing new ways to control your application activity and device settings to preserve the battery for more extended periods. Your phone may be killing applications that are not used frequently. Also, it may be turning off some features that you would like to have.

 

In this guide, we will show you where to find information about what your phone manufacturer does to preserve battery and how to disable it.

 

To see how you can disable these battery-saving settings for HUAWEI, click here. 

To see how you can disable these battery-saving settings for SAMSUNG, click here. 

To see how you can disable these battery-saving settings for ONEPLUS, click here. 

To see how you can disable these battery-saving settings for XIAOMI, click here. 

To see how you can disable these battery-saving settings for MEIZU, click here. 

To see how you can disable these battery-saving settings for ASUS, click here. 

To see how you can disable these battery-saving settings for NOKIA, click here. 

To see how you can disable these battery-saving settings for WIKO, click here. 

To see how you can disable these battery-saving settings for LENOVO, click here. 

To see how you can disable these battery-saving settings for OPPO, click here. 

To see how you can disable these battery-saving settings for SONY, click here. 

To see how you can disable these battery-saving settings for AOSP(Pixel, Nexus), click here. 

To see how you can disable these battery-saving settings for HTC, click here. 

To see how you can disable these battery-saving settings for Other vendors, click here. 

 

By doing this you could significantly improve the performance of some applications that are constantly running on your device! 

 

 

 

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