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Greenify it gives me reason enough to rooting your Android. It is an application that manages the battery of our mobile controlling processes to not consume more battery power than normal. It works very well and although superuser get involved in our mobile, well worth it to avoid the battery last a sigh.
Its creator takes a while working on Greenify adapt to Marshmallow with what he has called “Shallow Hibernation”. The new beta has published recently gone a step further to offer your application without having to root. Is the downside? . You need the latest version of Android to use it without these permissions
Giving a boost to Android Doze
All you need to use this new Greenify version is enable USB debugging on your Android to preconfigure. A simple step that, once made, will allow us to use a battery manager that has evolved to work with Android Doze .
According to its creator, this new version is responsible for improving the operation of the base system is in Marshmallow more efficiently manage the background processes to avoid wakelocks and when mobile display off has not spent much. Yet it should be remembered that this is a beta so it does not still work quite right.
Is it worth trying Greenify? No doubt, whether we Lollipop or like an inferior version already installed Marshmallow is a really useful application. It notes that is not perfect and that may not work on all devices equally well. Some manufacturers already integrated solutions to control multitasking (especially Chinese companies) and can intercede in the operation of this service. The only way to find out is to try it
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News To use the new beta of Greenify for Marshmallow not be necessary to root was originally published in Engadget Android by Juan Carlos Gonzalez .
October 14, 2015
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