Asus/Zen one

  • Android phone Settings > Power management > Auto-start manager > DOWNLOADED page > select ‘Allow’ for Dooth.

+-HTC

HTC

  • Boost+ app > Optimize background apps > Dooth > select ‘Off.’

Huawei

  • Android phone Settings > Apps > Apps > Dooth > Power Usage Details > App Launch > Set to Manage manually and enable these options: Auto-Launch, Secondary Launch, and Run in Background.
  • Phone Manager App > Battery manager (or Energy Saver) > Protected apps > Enable Dooth.
  • Android phone Settings > Advanced Settings > Battery manager (or Energy Saver) > Protected apps > Enable Dooth.
  • Android phone Settings >’All’ tab > Protected apps > Enable Dooth.
  • Phone Manager App > Protected apps > Enable Dooth.
  • Android phone Settings > Apps > Advanced/Special Access > Ignore battery optimizations > All Apps (drop down) > Enable Dooth.
  • Android phone settings > Battery > Launch > Dooth.
  • Android phone settings > Apps > Dooth> Data usage > Background Data > Enable.
  • Android phone Settings > Notification panel & status bar > Notification centre, find Dooth and activate Allow Notifications and Priority Display.

Lenovo

  • Android phone Settings > Power manager > Background app management > add Dooth to the unrestricted list or allow Dooth to auto-start.

Nokia

  • Android phone settings > Battery > Background activity manager > ensure that the toggle is disabled for Dooth.

One Plus

  • Android phone Settings > Apps > Gear icon > Apps Auto-launch > Enable Dooth start-up in the background.
  • Android phone Settings > Battery > Menu > Aggressive Doze & App Hibernation > Disable this mode or prevent Dooth from being limited in this mode.
  • Android phone Settings > Apps > Menu > AutoRun > Disable this mode or prevent Dooth from being limited in this mode.

Oppo

  • Apps > Security centre > Privacy permissions > Auto-run management (or Start-up manager) > Enable Dooth.
  • Android phone Settings > Application management > Running tab > Enable Dooth.

Samsung

  • Android phone Settings > Apps > Dooth > Mobile data > Allow background data usage
  • Android phone Settings > Security > Auto-start management > Enable Dooth.
  • Android phone Settings > Wi-Fi > Advanced > Always keep Wi-Fi on during sleep.
  • Android phone Settings > Device Maintenance > Battery > MENU > App Power Monitor > Disable or selectively choose apps to sleep from Settings > Device Maintenance > Battery. Make sure to exclude Dooth from the sleep list.
  • Android phone Settings > Device Maintenance > Battery > Power saving mode > Disable to adjust to MID.
  • Android phone Settings > Battery > Detail > Dooth > Turn off.
  • Apps drawer > Smart manager > Battery > Detail > Dooth > Turn off.
  • Android phone Settings > Battery > Battery usage > MENU > Optimize battery usage > select ‘All apps’> Disable Dooth.
  • Android phone Settings > Battery > Unmonitored apps > Add apps > Dooth > Done > Restart your phone.
  • Samsung 8: Android phone Settings > Apps > Menu > Special Access > Optimize battery usage > select the drop-down which likely states ‘apps not optimized’ and switch to ‘all apps’ > find Dooth and tap on the switch to turn it off.

Sony

  • Android phone Settings > Storage & memory > turn off the ‘Smart cleaner’ option or continue to tap the three dots at the top right > Advanced > add Dooth to the white list.
  • Android phone Settings > Power management > Tap STAMINA mode > Apps active in standby > add Dooth to the white list.

Vivo

  • Apps drawer > iManager > App manager > Auto Start manager > allow Dooth to auto-start in the background.

Xiaomi / MIUI

  • Apps drawer > Security app > Permissions > tap Auto Start > Enable Dooth.
  • Android phone Settings > Services > Security > Permissions > Auto Start > Enable Dooth.
  • Android phone Settings > Additional Settings > Battery and Performance > Manage apps’ battery usage > turn ‘Power saving modes’ off > open the Security app > navigate to Permissions > add Dooth to Auto Start > invoke Task Manager > find Dooth > drag it downwards until the padlock icon appears.
  • Android phone Security app > Settings > Data usage > Allow background data.

Unlisted phone/OS

If your phone or OS is not listed, you can search for specific settings on your phone in the following categories

  • Notifications
  • Priority mode
  • Battery power and optimization
  • Background permissions
  • Auto Start