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13th October 2015, 06:00 PM |#11  
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Within the new version 2.8 beta (rolling out), there's an early attempt for better Doze mode in control. It currently activate doze mode as early as the screen goes off, and deactivate it when the screen is back on or the charger is connected.

The best part of this feature - NO ROOT REQUIRED! Still you need to perform a one-time procedure with USB-cable and a connected computer, which is surely familiar to many of you XDA members.

This is not the complete solution for a better Doze mode. It is expected to maximize the power-saving effect of Doze mode, but may also break some background functionality of your apps. So I'm listening to all your feedback and opinions, to build a smarter and finer-tweaked Doze mode in Android 6.0.

Together with the "Shallow Hibernation" released in version 2.7, let's start a new adventure of Greenify with Android Marshmallow.

Oasisfeng, what's the normal amount of time before doze activates? Would it perhaps be better to have an option to set the amount of minutes after screen off to start the aggresive Doze?
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14th October 2015, 12:06 AM |#12  
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I just test greenify beta, and battery seems like always for now... Tomorrow I'll see better how new greenify works...
14th October 2015, 07:25 AM |#13  
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No root really ? It would be useful
14th October 2015, 07:27 AM |#14  
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mine is rooted but still the Doze feature is not activated.
Is it only for 6.0 devices?
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14th October 2015, 07:44 AM |#15  
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mine is rooted but still the Doze feature is not activated.
Is it only for 6.0 devices?

Yes.
14th October 2015, 10:44 AM |#16  
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@oasisfeng
mine is rooted but still the Doze feature is not activated.
Is it only for 6.0 devices?

*Clears throat* "Aggressive Doze" is a new experimental feature for Android 6.0
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14th October 2015, 11:05 AM |#17  
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Oasisfeng, what's the normal amount of time before doze activates? Would it perhaps be better to have an option to set the amount of minutes after screen off to start the aggresive Doze?

I‘m thinking about the same thing.It'd be great to have an option to set the time to start the doze mode. It'd be so damn perfect!
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14th October 2015, 11:13 AM |#18  
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Do applications which are set to bypass Doze still work?
14th October 2015, 11:16 AM |#19  
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I‘m thinking about the same time. It'd be great to have an option to set the time to start the doze mode. It'd be so damn perfect!

Great minds think alike!
14th October 2015, 06:31 PM |#20  
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Oasisfeng, what's the normal amount of time before doze activates? Would it perhaps be better to have an option to set the amount of minutes after screen off to start the aggresive Doze?

Currently zero. I'm planning for a smarter delay before doze (probably the same as the delay before greenified apps hibernate). But for now, I'd like to push the benefit to the limit for a test run and find the actual drawback of 0 delay.
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Do applications which are set to bypass Doze still work?

Yes.
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