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Greenify automate hibernate and auto hibernate not working Android 6.0.1

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By TobiasItalo, Junior Member on 20th January 2018, 07:55 PM
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4th November 2018, 11:35 AM |#21  
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I have recently noticed that I enable the Greenify accessibility option, but when trying to hibernate the app, automated hibernation does not occur and automatic hibernation after turning off the screen also does not work. Then I turn the accessibility options to check: Greenify is disabled. I re-enable, but the option is disabled when trying to hibernate by Greenify.

To resolve this go to Settings> System > Recent apps management menu > and choose normal cleaning instead of in depth cleaning.

This worked for me! I have been plagued by this issue having every now and then to go to accessibility options and re-enable Greenify. It drived me mad!

Let me know if it worked for you guys!
26th April 2019, 08:59 PM |#23  
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To resolve this go to Settings> System > Recent apps management menu > and choose normal cleaning instead of in depth cleaning.

This worked for me! I have been plagued by this issue having every now and then to go to accessibility options and re-enable Greenify. It drived me mad!

Let me know if it worked for you guys!


This problem started on my LeEco Max 2 with PIE (OMNI & NITROGEN ROMs)
I have tried about everything, now I will search for an older version of Greenify.
Anyone found a solution yet?


EDIT: I found that if MacroDroid is disabled, this problem doesn't occur.
Not a specific Macro, but MacroDroid itself must disabled in my case.



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