Has anybody used this function? Does it results in app crash?
This Will kill the apps in background , first a soft kill , the second hard kill.
Second option enforces a harder rule on how much time an app can be in background. First one is default.
I can see no difference between the both. I use the second one and everything works fine.
No one just closes user apps that are open. The second will close all user apps, system and services in the background. Deep clear is a good one to do after a week without rebooting or closing a rouge app.
First mode clears normal apps that are open. Second option classes even services that are started by apps.
I have Moto 360 and android wear service gets killed with second option and have to reboot the phone so that it can pair with watch again.
No need to reboot. Just select the lock symbol before deep cleaning.
Yes I used this and does stop my fitness tracker app working properly. As previously suggested just lock the apps you don't want deep clearing and seems to work just fine.
Not sure I'd indeed it's worth using our not? Previous phone has battery drainage issues so thought it would be worth using.
This option can break some scheduled works of killed app. For example developers can plan some sync works, local based notifications. If app killed with "deep clear" they will not work
Deep clear work on whatsapp battery optimized mode, wechat not battery optimized, but not google hangout, both optimized or not optimized
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