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4th February 2018, 01:54 PM |#11  
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I had same problem on my Mi Max 2 after MIUI update. To solve it just disable MIUI optimization under developer settings and reboot, Greenify will work again as it used to work before MIUI update.

Are you able to grant special ADB Permissions via Pc brother in non rooted Mi device?

In my case,with usb debugging enabled and all permissions granted,I get an error saying "Neither user 2000 nor......."

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12th February 2018, 01:43 PM |#12  
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V 3.9.5 does not work on redmi note 3 (miui9)
I noticed this the hibernate now does not works because Xiaomi change force stop button layout.
8th March 2018, 03:05 AM |#13  
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Yes Sir correct it doesn't work in note 3
20th April 2018, 05:51 AM |#14  
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Are you able to grant special ADB Permissions via Pc brother in non rooted Mi device?

In my case,with usb debugging enabled and all permissions granted,I get an error saying "Neither user 2000 nor......."

Kindly help

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Me and others in MIUI forums had the same problem with only USB debugging turned on, this is what solved it:

Turn on the following option:

USB debugging -Debug mode when USB is connected

Install via USB -Allow installing apps via USB

USB debugging (Security Settings)- Allow granting permissions and simulating input via USB debugging
18th June 2018, 05:47 AM |#15  
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It's very simple
1 . Turn off miui optimisation under developer settings
2 . Turn on " FORCE ALLOW apps on external "under
developer settings.

bit.ly/2JXpR7s

Watch this ,

I think this will surely fix your problem.
24th September 2018, 08:39 PM |#16  
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I'm on xiaomi redmi note 5 pro (india) with miui 10.0.1
0. I'm having the same issue that greenify is not at all able to click the force stop option in the app page in the settings. This renders greenify completely useless in my device, since hibernation isn't working at all. I've been using greenify from last 5 years, and never faced an issue until now.
27th September 2018, 05:48 PM |#17  
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I'm on xiaomi redmi note 5 pro (india) with miui 10.0.1
0. I'm having the same issue that greenify is not at all able to click the force stop option in the app page in the settings. This renders greenify completely useless in my device, since hibernation isn't working at all. I've been using greenify from last 5 years, and never faced an issue until now.

I really don't understand why you are using Greenify to go to an app and click force stop ... Why not just go directly to the MIUI settings and force stop it there ?

Anyway, on all my 4 Xiaomis, with the latest and greatest MIUI 10 8.9.2 Developer ROM as at this date, Greenify works perfectly.

Apps under Hibernation are as expected when viewed from the MIUI Settings, they are already Force Closed (Force Close button greyed out), with the Uninstall button available (not greyed out).

Under MIUI Settings, apps under Shallow Hibernation are not Force Closed, and clicking on the button Force Close will force close it and the button becomes greyed out, and after that, the Uninstall button will be ungreyed and available. When you go back to Greenify, the previously shallow hibernated app that was force closed is now under the section of the normal hibernation, no longer under shallow hibernation.

All fine on my side, MM and Nougat Xiaomis, I don't know about Oreo. I think Greenify is still needed for Xiaomi with Oreo, since Xiaomi seems to walk a different path than the others.
27th September 2018, 06:08 PM |#18  
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I really don't understand why you are using Greenify to go to an app and click force stop ... Why not just go directly to the MIUI settings and force stop it there ?

Anyway, on all my 4 Xiaomis, with the latest and greatest MIUI 10 8.9.2 Developer ROM as at this date, Greenify works perfectly.

Apps under Hibernation are as expected when viewed from the MIUI Settings, they are already Force Closed (Force Close button greyed out), with the Uninstall button available (not greyed out).

Under MIUI Settings, apps under Shallow Hibernation are not Force Closed, and clicking on the button Force Close will force close it and the button becomes greyed out, and after that, the Uninstall button will be ungreyed and available. When you go back to Greenify, the previously shallow hibernated app that was force closed is now under the section of the normal hibernation, no longer under shallow hibernation.

All fine on my side, MM and Nougat Xiaomis, I don't know about Oreo. I think Greenify is still needed for Xiaomi with Oreo, since Xiaomi seems to walk a different path than the others.

I have over 200 apps in my phone. So there are a lot of apps that need to be 'greenified'. And I've noticed that if you go into developer settings and disable 'miui optimisations', then greenify works perfectly. But for the rest, even if the app is open in the background and you select the option to hibernate it, the force close button is greyed out and nothing happens
27th September 2018, 06:32 PM |#19  
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I have over 200 apps in my phone. So there are a lot of apps that need to be 'greenified'. And I've noticed that if you go into developer settings and disable 'miui optimisations', then greenify works perfectly. But for the rest, even if the app is open in the background and you select the option to hibernate it, the force close button is greyed out and nothing happens

Oh, yes, I forgot, of course I have MIUI OPtimizations disabled, always, less problems for me. All rooted too, with Greenify4Magisk, and some module to allow Play Services to be dozed.

Well, if an app cannot be force closed in the MIUI settings, then it is something else preventing it from being closed, and Greenify cannot override it. Gboard (Google Keyboard if used) I think is an example, if I remember. Only a few, and system apps which I would not touch anyway. I don't greenify important user message apps like Messenger or Whatsapp, though, I also Whitelist them from deep doze, just playing safe.

Excluding system apps, I have only a few user apps, less than 40 for sure. All greenified except a few I don't want greenified. As for system apps,
I froze many of them that I will never use and safe to freeze of course, surely stronger than doze or hibernate.
28th September 2018, 01:14 AM |#20  
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Originally Posted by akhu5

I have over 200 apps in my phone. So there are a lot of apps that need to be 'greenified'. And I've noticed that if you go into developer settings and disable 'miui optimisations', then greenify works perfectly. But for the rest, even if the app is open in the background and you select the option to hibernate it, the force close button is greyed out and nothing happens

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Excluding system apps, I have only a few user apps, less than 40 for sure. All greenified except a few I don't want greenified. As for system apps, I froze many of them that I will never use and safe to freeze of course, surely stronger than doze or hibernate.

Ridiculous and counterproductive greenifying a huge app suite. Focus on those that demonstrate bad behaviors; ignore the rest.
29th December 2018, 09:10 AM |#21  
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Not Hibernating Automatically Apps on Greenify phone is rooted SU, android 7.0.1 but why the apps are not auto hibernate only few that comes on that tabs Not Hibernating Automatically and how to fix all appps will automatically hibernate... please help...



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