Seem doesn't work on Android6.0 When I click hibernate manually, there's a response saying Not hibernating. I don't know why this function works well in 5.1.1 with non root while invalid in 6.0. Requiring answers.
A genuine battery saver As the description goes, you really save tons of battery using this app. With root access and a combination with Xposed and Amplify, you can literally throw your power banks away. Am on OnePlus One and I wanna say, Greenify rocks. And it rocks hard.
Power and RAM consumption can't be outdone by any self-proclaimed awarded apps like DU or Clean Master (themselves being the power hogs) but by Greenify No one does it so beautifully than this small app.
Very good! As long as you can pinpoint the culprits this can save you a ton of battery life! I disabled FACEBOOK MESSENGER and now have nearly double the battery life! Would highly recommend. (Non root user, Samsung galaxy s6 edge)
Sometimes it works On my Galaxy Avant that is rooted and has Facebook installed as a user app it does a great job of hibernating Facebook. On my Galaxy Note 5 that is not rooted and has Facebook as a system app it will hibernate it, if you have (donation) installed, but it immedietly get restarted.
Bugs and request. I reset the pull up gesture but I want to completely disable it from appearing. How? Also my apps doesn't seem to auto greenify in minutes after turning off the screen too. Have to manually greenify..
*NEW* Experimental support for Android 6.0, with new "Shallow Hibernation" engine.
Auto-hibernation in non-root mode now dims the screen, no more annoying screen flicking.
"Hibernate and Lock Screen" shortcut is now compatible with Smart Lock (root only).
Foreground app no longer hibernates even if "state always ignored".
Native processes are also cleaned in hibernation, to prevent self-awakening.
Fixed app running state detection on Android 5.1.1_r9 & 6.0.
Fixed the "Wake-up" in Tasker plug-in.
Manage SUPERUSER ACCESS and uninstall BLOATWARE for rooted Android devices.