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Announcement from waylaidwanderer: Power Nap for Xposed is a replacement for Sony's Stamina Mode for all devices!
10th April 2015, 12:48 PM |#21  
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I believe with Greenify you can hibernate apps while the screen is on (aka phone is in use), but Power Nap only "hibernates" when the screen is off. So depending on what you use it for, you can either get rid of Greenify or keep it. But even if you use it alongside each other, it shouldn't have any ill effects.

Greenify Hibernates when the screen is off as well. I just want to clarify before I try and I am sure others will ask as well.
 
 
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Yeah, I'll update my comment to clarify.

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Some modules do work over 5.1 with the Xposed SUPER ALPHA, does this one works? if someone tried, plz share with us

I don't see why it wouldn't, but it'd be nice if someone could let me know as well! The methods for power napping apps should still be the same.
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10th April 2015, 12:52 PM |#23  
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Yeah, I'll update my comment to clarify.

I mean should it still work alongside without fighting eachother?
10th April 2015, 12:53 PM |#24  
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Which leads into the next question, can this be safely used alongside Greenify or is it redundant?

when i was on stock sony jb rom i used both stamina mode+greenify ... you have to add greenify to the withelist of stamina mode, otherwise greenify stop working during screen off...
imho stamina mode+greenify it's a great combo
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10th April 2015, 12:59 PM |#25  
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I mean should it still work alongside without fighting eachother?

Yes, I've actually had both installed at the same time, although what Greenify does during screen-off is redundant with Power Nap.
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10th April 2015, 01:11 PM |#26  
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Yes, I've actually had both installed at the same time, although what Greenify does during screen-off is redundant with Power Nap.

i don't think greenify (paid version) it's redundant because actually with greenify i can hibernate apps like whatsapp or gmail without loosing any notification... i think your module (if it works like stamina) can dinamically close/open traffic per specific (whitelisted) apps during screen off even if they are hibernated with greenify...
10th April 2015, 01:12 PM |#27  
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nope because xposed doesn't run in Lollipop for now...

There is a test build by another developer for 5.1 that people are using right now, and it is working. I am not sure of the link but it is mentioned in the original xposed lollipop thread.
10th April 2015, 01:14 PM |#28  
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i don't think greenify (paid version) it's redundant because actually with greenify i can hibernate app like whatsapp without loosing any notification... i think your module (if it works like stamina) can dinamically close/open traffic per specific (whitelisted) apps during screen off even if they are hibernated with greenify...

Yes, that's true about hibernating apps without losing notifications. I'm not sure how Greenify does it, but Power Nap doesn't have the capability to do something like that at the moment. I see an area here where Power Nap and Greenify would conflict - you probably wouldn't get the notification at all until you turn the screen back on.
10th April 2015, 01:18 PM |#29  
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In Google Play: The required version of Android 1.6 or later. Why is that?
10th April 2015, 01:23 PM |#30  
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nope because xposed doesn't run in Lollipop for now...

untrue there is a extreme alpha version currently available (Unofficially), found HERE
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In Google Play: The required version of Android 1.6 or later. Why is that?

I forgot to declare the minSdkVersion in the manifest. It'll be fixed in the next update.
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