One of the main innovations of Android Marshmallow is Doze, a new system to manage our battery device. Lo we’ve seen so far we liked: works well, it allows us to squeeze more and ensure that our mobile or tablet has more autonomy. So far so good but the community wants to maximize this option to optimize it further.
Today there are several projects that seek to configure and customize Doze manually to make the battery last longer and the process to achieve terminal operation is not compromised. Of all the initiatives, we are left with two projects that have excelled over others: Naptime of Francisco Franco and Doze p0isonra1n Settings Editor
<. more> p> Both applications have a similar use: access parameters Doze so we can manually configure to our liking. Among them variables as long as they are inactive different sensors or the maximum time that our Android is at rest.
As you can imagine, these variables are not capricious and before touching them is useful to know what each one does and how much time is optimal for the way we use our device. For Naptime, find each parameter a brief description that will explain what it does and what kind of weather is suitable.
As you can see in the screenshots, it is a very easy to set up but it takes time to learn how to use. If what you want is a simple tool to use at first, our recommendation is to use the Doze Settings Editor.
This application takes longer than Naptime available and its creator and is well polished. The most interesting thing about this tool is that it comes with different settings created by some users so testing them just have to go and see how it works for us. Then we can go comparing to see which compensates us more and how it’s configured to anreder create our own profile.
To use either application need root. For Doze Settings Editor, we can use it without him but we will need a USB cable to charge the changes through ADB, a somewhat cumbersome process because it is necessary to have a computer nearby. In any case, it obviously need Android Marshmallow installed as Doze is a feature that debuts in this version of the operating system.
This is what we can achieve by setting Doze manually
Insurance that by now you’re wondering what you can do with Doze and these manual adjustments. Whenever we talk about these applications seem to work miracles and if it is not, with a little skill can get very good results. As proof of this here are some screenshots of a user who used Doze Settings Editor in OnePlus One.
you read that right: more than 6 hours with display. A very high figure compared to what we could get a OnePlus One with Lollipop in his official ROM. For this Reddit user also explica who has used another kernel, the of Resurrected.
These types of applications are not for everyone but if we have a little patience and willingness to change our phone, we can get some figures range much better that we would have with the services and configurations offered by default. Naptime loss, so you only have to enter href=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.franco.doze”> . Doze Settings Editor is on el XDA thread following
Phoneia.com (November 3, 2015). Doze configuring Android Marshmallow to make the most. Recovered from https://phoneia.com/en/doze-configuring-android-marshmallow-to-make-the-most/