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[GUIDE] Aggressive Doze - New experimental feature for Marshmallow (NO ROOT REQUIRED)

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14th October 2015, 06:31 PM |#21  
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Do applications which are set to bypass Doze still work?

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15th October 2015, 07:55 AM |#22  
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*Clears throat* "Aggressive Doze" is a new experimental feature for Android 6.0

As i can see, i got the answer above your post..yours is not different too.
15th October 2015, 07:56 AM |#23  
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I had successfully granted the permission to Greenify using the USB method. However I am seeing all the applications only under "Pending Manual Hibernation". I am not sure whether they are hibernating or not. I had chosen the "Aggressive Doze" option in the Experimental features. Is there any problem?
15th October 2015, 08:09 AM |#24  
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As i can see, i got the answer above your post..yours is not different too.

Considering your clear as day lack of awareness of such things as titles, I thought maybe that lack of awareness also applied to message content. Either way, you're now aware of what a title is.
15th October 2015, 08:20 AM |#25  
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You can still do that in Android 6.0 final version, but highly discouraged.

What did you mean by highly discouraged mate?
15th October 2015, 08:22 AM |#26  
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wow thats awesome news !!
Has anyone tested this on a Nexus 5 without root yet?
Im barely getting 4 hours and am still on lollipop because I want a more stable 6.0 version to come out
15th October 2015, 10:00 AM |#27  
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wow thats awesome news !!
Has anyone tested this on a Nexus 5 without root yet?
Im barely getting 4 hours and am still on lollipop because I want a more stable 6.0 version to come out

More stable than AOSP?
15th October 2015, 11:52 AM |#28  
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my nexus 5 has never been much of a battery powerhouse, but with the aggressive doze today it was showing 5 days standby time which i have never seen before. How the battery savings translate to increased screen on time will be interesting to find out, but at this stage it looks like i might be able to get an extra 20 to 30 minutes
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15th October 2015, 04:44 PM |#29  
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I had successfully granted the permission to Greenify using the USB method. However I am seeing all the applications only under "Pending Manual Hibernation". I am not sure whether they are hibernating or not. I had chosen the "Aggressive Doze" option in the Experimental features. Is there any problem?

Doze mode is an overall state of your device, no matter apps are hibernated or not. So if you enable the Aggressive Doze, it is suggested to leave apps not hibernated, except those you don't want running even when the screen is on or charger is connected.
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Does this kick into effect immediately? I've noticed when I unlock my Nexus 5 messages take a few seconds to send. Is this normal?
16th October 2015, 07:56 AM |#31  
here's my question. Since doze mode requires the device to be utterly still, and this aggressive doze mode kinda eliminates the 1 hour wait, which means the device will start to go to doze as soon as the screen goes off. But what if you just put your phone into pocket while walking(Screen off). What will happen then? It'll detect your movement ,as a result ,the doze should be gone ,however, your screen is still off, so the doze should kick in again. It sounds like a loop, but it is ?? Will this actually drain battery??
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