Good afternoon. Help me please.
For many years I used Amplify on the Samsung s5mini phone (Android 4.2), there is a root.
Suddenly, after several years of use, it stopped working. Without any updates. Amplifi starts, but in all sections - wakelocks, signals, services - there is no information. There are only the names of the subsections and that's it. All lists of the wakelocks are gone.
I completely reset the smartphone, but that did not help. Please tell me, can I somehow fix this?
Yeah I know. I'm just fiddling around with ROMs at the moment trying to find a nice ROM/kernel combo on my OnePlus 6 to maximise battery life. Giving Siberia Project and Radioactive Kernel a test overnight and if it doesn't beat my previous 0.4/h drain with Havoc OS and blu_spark, I will revert back to Pie where Amplify works. Enjoying the SOT with Android 10 though. Seem to be getting triple the amount of time over Havoc OS 2.9 (Pie), though I'm hoping the numbers on AccuBattery's guesstimations are lying.
App stopped working from Android 8Does this work with Android 10? I installed EdXposed (Riru) and Amplify (4.0.1). The app works, but does not show any Wakelock, Alarm or Services. They are all empty. However the timer (Stats collected for) is working but didn't detect anything so far. I have Gapps which shouldn't be that much innocent. Something is wrong.
Some devices have multicast filtering in developer options. Improves battery life with no root required.Goddamit!
This app was ahead of its time and people didn't know how to appreciate it.
I am dying because of qcom_rx_wakelock which is caused by wifi multicast and DHCP on my school dorm network. Can't do **** about it cause it's a kernel wakelock. This app would be so helpful now. I would pay 20-30$ anyway for an app like this. I hope the dev comes back to save us.
Trust me when I say this.