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Remember that time when your device lost 50% of battery life during the night because a gazillion services from careless apps kept keeping your device awake and you have no way to disable them?

Or when Facebook kept waking up your phone for no reason and you find no way to fix it other than uninstalling it?

Servicely to the rescue!

First of all make sure you're ROOTED (it won't work otherwise). You'll be able to select which apps will be put to sleep when the display goes off. Just like magic!

You can also disable/enable permanently any service on your device. It's useful if you have services that tend to auto-restart and keep your device awake, or if you have games sending you never-ending notifications.

This app is somewhat powerful so act responsibly when using it. I'm more than happy to help if you contact me

The apk in the Play Store is free with ads, but I've disabled the ads for the apk below. You can still purchase the key from inside the app which helps me keep producing stuff for you, but you don't have to do so.

You can choose between two "sleep" modes. The soft mode I assume it's probably similar to what Greenify does. The hard mode completely disables the apps you've choosed during screen off, and re-enabled during screen on. This mode removes any shortcuts or widgets from those disabled apps, but this is the most secure way to guarantee those apps won't wake up or do something crazy. That said, you'll be fine with the soft mode.

Play Store download: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...anco.servicely

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9th April 2015, 07:23 AM |#2  
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Looks promising. Might replace greenify this little gem, thank you😀😀
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9th April 2015, 07:28 AM |#3  
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Enabled pro and start on boot but after closing the app an open it again, it shows this.
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9th April 2015, 09:00 AM |#4  
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Should greenify be disabled/uninstlled before using servicely??
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9th April 2015, 11:32 AM |#5  
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Really like this app! This is like the perfect version of greenify. And probably with more features to come. I was just wondering, is it save to add google play services to list? Or wil I loose allot of functionality with the apps that rely on google play services?
9th April 2015, 12:09 PM |#6  
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Will this also stop notifications from the app when you have it disabled? Like fb, instagram, xda and twitter?
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9th April 2015, 12:20 PM |#7  
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@franciscofranco

Another possible improvement for your new app:
- With the pro Version there is the option to start the service automatically with the boot. If you boot the device there is no information like "set on boot service has been..." Dont know if you need this message on the boot like in FKU for you new app, but maybe you could make it as an option

and: if you close the app from the task manager, you see the normal action: app is restarting. After the restart the settings/killing apps applies again?


i instantly bought the pro version, before even using it

And if you add a new app to the service, it will be killed after 60 secs? or is first a reboot needed?

And if you kill an app like google keep, can the changes still be synced?

Sorry for the large amount of quetions, i´ve never used apps like this
9th April 2015, 12:39 PM |#8  
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wow... really like this... thanks franco

just a request for someone who knows... we can get a list with safe services to kill?
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Originally Posted by eluspo

Will this also stop notifications from the app when you have it disabled? Like fb, instagram, xda and twitter?

Yeah... does this have the background sync feature which I believe Greenify has??
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Gonna try this for a while and replace greenify if it's better
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9th April 2015, 03:53 PM |#11  
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So if a service is idle, let's kill it every minute. The service restarts - which would come with a CPU/memory expense greater than if it had remained idle - and repeat this every minute?
This doesn't seem like an informed decision. It could just be a checkbox in an application's settings that would alleviate the service from repeating.
I don't see why you don't educate people on looking at application's checkboxes.
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