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
4 people found this review helpful
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.
13 people found this review helpful
Great power comes with great responsibility. Servicely is a powerful tool that can prolong your SoT, and probably will break your apps functionality if you misuse or overuse it. Be careful. I would like to see an widget that shows if servicely is running in background since I disable the persistant notification,sometimes app gets killed in background.(Actually same for naptime would be great) Besides this app is great. Ads can be turned on, such an elegant move. Thanks Franco
26 people found this review helpful
October 10, 2019
Thank you for your kind feedback. I would suggest if you check for OnePlus's aggressive battery optimizations, they break a lot of stuff, including some foreground services that shouldn't be killed.