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Stamina Mode not working?

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Originally Posted by funky0308 View Post
It should work like that, they should build firewall for that to block all other app but, apparently, they didn't.

For me that's OK, if one app wakes up my device to refresh it, why not to update all apps and notifications...

But it could be annoying if you don't want that...

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Well, as soon as i removed all whitelisted apps, stamina mode starting working *almost* at it should. I said almost because it doesn't make sense to have a whitelist option if it effectively destroys the purpose of having a "Stamina" mode.

Anyway, i have faith in sony fixing it.
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Hmm interesting, maybe I need to do a factory reset on mine then
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