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Dose mode Vs Aggressive dose mode

  1. Harikrishna B
    Froyo Mar 22, 2017

    Harikrishna B , Mar 22, 2017 :
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    Hi all, Can any one help me understanding the difference between Dose mode in Developer options and Aggressive dose mode in battery->Aggressive mode and app hibernation.
    they play any role in battery backup and What happens when both are selected ? and is it important to put both the options ON.
     

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  2. G_Evan_Copp_(Evanawesome
    Froyo Mar 22, 2017

    G_Evan_Copp_(Evanawesome , Mar 22, 2017 :
    As far as I've understood-"Aggressive Doze" is an "enhanced" doze add-on from OnePlus.

    However, I've also been told that Aggressive Doze will make battery life considerably worse.

    As far as normal doze? I recommend you turn that ON.

    But feel free to experiment around! Let me know how this goes.

    And if you're looking to squeeze some more juice out of your OnePlus, check out this thread:

    https://forums.oneplus.net/threads/guide-improve-battery-life-on-your-oneplus-3.467056/
     

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  3. F_Tony_DeMartino_hjHI
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 22, 2017

    F_Tony_DeMartino_hjHI , Mar 22, 2017 :
    I use aggressive doze and have actually had better battery than I did with just normal doze on. Now auto close high power usage apps enabledeats battery I've found. which makes no sense.
     

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  4. Harikrishna B
    Froyo Mar 22, 2017

    Harikrishna B , Mar 22, 2017 :
    thank you
     

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  5. Harikrishna B
    Froyo Mar 22, 2017

    Harikrishna B , Mar 22, 2017 :
    ya I have just noticed it. don't know what is the purpose of giving that option
     

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  6. bpwest80
    KitKat Mar 22, 2017

    bpwest80 , Mar 22, 2017 :
    I have been using both doze and aggressive doze. I think OnePlus improved aggressive doze on 4.1.0 because I tried it out on 4.0.3 and didn't notice any difference in battery life. I do notice a little difference now though. Battery life seems to be a little better with aggressive doze enabled, not by a lot, but it does seem to help. I'm getting 6hrs SOT through a 15 to 16hr charge. I'm cool with that. I'd probably get about the same with aggressive doze off. With aggressive doze on, the phone goes into light doze within about 10 minutes or less and does seem to help with standby time.
     

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  7. Harikrishna B
    Froyo Mar 22, 2017

    Harikrishna B , Mar 22, 2017 :
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    then do you know what is use of "Auto close high power apps"in battery->high power usage apps
     

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  8. F_Tony_DeMartino_hjHI
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 22, 2017

    F_Tony_DeMartino_hjHI , Mar 22, 2017 :
    I honestly can't figure out High power usage apps toggle. I had it on before 7.1.1 but didn't really notice the difference. Google search returns nothing about it. Reading the description of it, it SHOULD close down apps that are using a lot of battery automatically which SHOULD help battery but I've seen a lot of people say battery life gets worse which I guess makes sense since it uses more battery to restart apps cold than using the background launch if it was opened recently. That's all just supposition though. Don't really have an answer for you. I'm gonna renable it since I just charged to 100% and compare battery life and see what happens.
     

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  9. bpwest80
    KitKat Mar 22, 2017

    bpwest80 , Mar 22, 2017 :
    I don't know for sure. It's alerted me twice over Facebook telling me it's using too much power but that was on 4.0.3 and I had it turned off, yet it still alerted me. lol. I just leave it turned off. I only use doze aggressive doze and the apps auto launch feature. I'm getting good battery life doing that and I still get all my notifications because I white list some apps.
     

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  10. xAphex
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 22, 2017


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  11. Sun90
    Starting Point Expert Community Expert Mar 22, 2017

    Sun90 , Mar 22, 2017 :
    Dose is usually a prescribed measure and is safe to consume.
    While Aggressive Dose @ times lead to fatality.
     

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  12. Harikrishna B
    Froyo Mar 22, 2017

    Harikrishna B , Mar 22, 2017 :
    Now try this way by turning OFF aggressive dose mode and ON normal dose in Developer options with same charging %. You will notice the battery backup increasing. Let me know ur opinion on this after trying.
     

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  13. Harikrishna B
    Froyo Mar 22, 2017

    Harikrishna B , Mar 22, 2017 :
    where can we stop apps Auto launch feature. guide me pls
     

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  14. Sun90
    Starting Point Expert Community Expert Mar 22, 2017

    Sun90 , Mar 22, 2017 :
    Settings >Apps.
    Once there press the cog wheel.
    Then scroll down all the way.
    U will see it .
     

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  15. Harikrishna B
    Froyo Mar 22, 2017

    Harikrishna B , Mar 22, 2017 :
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    I have turned ON apps auto launch and OFF all the apps. Am I correct?
     

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  16. Sun90
    Starting Point Expert Community Expert Mar 22, 2017

    Sun90 , Mar 22, 2017 :
    Turn ON the switch to those apps which u want to stop Auto launch for now.
    Right now they are off as I can see on the screenshot.
     

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  17. Kiran.a.joseph
    Jelly Bean Mar 22, 2017

    Kiran.a.joseph , Mar 22, 2017 :
    There was an issue with fb app and messenger some time back. Enabling this would have auto closed the fb app to prevent the battery drain. I was alerted about the issue in fb app in OP3T and I chose to force close the fb app.

    I have noticed that normally apps like BBC, fb and fb messenger apps drain a lot of power once in a while.
     

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  18. Harikrishna B
    Froyo Mar 22, 2017

    Harikrishna B , Mar 22, 2017 :
    thank you
     

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  19. Harikrishna B
    Froyo Mar 22, 2017

    Harikrishna B , Mar 22, 2017 :
    Okay got it. So I need to turn ON the option to stop auto launch right? Can I turn all ON
     

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  20. Sun90
    Starting Point Expert Community Expert Mar 22, 2017

    Sun90 , Mar 22, 2017 :
    Not all.
    Just do it for those apps u see are affecting the battery life.
     

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