Its a good idea in general. It also lowered my idle drain. But it has a very big problem: In the app, you freeze services. I didn't touch those. There's a list of all apps, services and brodcasts that you changed the behaviour of, and in my list of services, there now were entries. Because I wanted to uninstall the app, I tried deleting all entries, but with some, the app just crashed and the entries were still there. Now, after uninstalling, I constantly get "x has stopped working". This is bad
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This is a fantastic battery saving solution for rooted users on Oreo. Pair it with NapTime as the deadly duo for eliminating parasitic battery draining activities on your device. This does require quite a bit of very detailed user configuration, most of which is not for the faint of heart, non-technical or just lazy people. It would be ideal if between Servicely and Naptime, one of tham provided the ability to create a Home screen icon to turn off the screen and immediately activate Doze.
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Will be nice if apps in the whitelist are presented at the top of the list of available apps so there's an "at a glance", no need to scroll down. Also to have a cached list so it doesn't wait to load everything. Also, had to whitelist LOS Clock app otherwise alarm does not fire, or fires with no sound.
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