How to prevent Android apps from being limited by energy savings

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How your Android phone saves battery without you noticing

Most Android users in Spain have some kind of power saving mode on your phone. This mode, which we have talked about on several occasions, allows you to reduce battery consumption on the device. One of the consequences of having this function activated on the phone is that it will limit or restrict the operation of the applications.

Many times, the operation of some applications is limited, such as messaging or email applications. By restricting the operation of these applications, we do not receive notifications on Android. Luckily, we can configure the energy saving mode at any time and prevent some apps from being affected by it.

Take an application out of power saving mode on Android

Add Android energy saving exception

Being able to prevent any application on Android from seeing its operation limited or restricted by the energy saving mode is something important, since this way you will avoid those problems in its operation, such as allowing it to emit notifications. The various layers of customization allow add these exceptions in your power saving mode, although the process may be somewhat different depending on the layer.

Since this is something that can often be done from the applications section, but also from the Battery section, where the power saving mode is managed on the phone. The steps to follow are:

  1. Open the phone settings.
  2. Enter the Battery section (Device Maintenance in One UI).
  3. Go to Battery.
  4. Press in Battery saving mode.
  5. Go to Apps that will not be inactive.
  6. Add the desired app (so you do not have restrictions or limitations).

Applications exceptions energy saving

The other route that we also have available On Android phones, to add these exceptions for applications, it is as follows:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Enter the Applications section.
  3. Find the application in question in the list.
  4. Click on it.
  5. Look for the option of optimization or restrictions.
  6. Put that it has no restrictions.

Either of these two ways will allow one or more applications do not go to see its limited operation when you are using the battery saving mode on the phone. If at any time you change your mind and want there to be no exception, simply follow the steps shown to remove those applications from the list.

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