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How to disable inbuilt task killers of SPAPP Monitoring on a Xiaomi device







Each version of Android is adding some new technical features very handy for anyone. However, not so many know that another tendency in Android is to have a stricter resource allocation in order to save the battery as longer as possible. It seems as a good news but it is not in many cases. For apps working in background, such as SPAPP Monitoring, that means app's processes killed or even app blocking.


Xiaomi devices are even more special as the Android is one of the most customized on the market - the so said MIUI operating system (OS) - and the bad thing there is not much developers information available. However, the good news is we have the task killers steps for you to follow in order to avoid app's blocking fully or partially.

In short, you need to enable few settings for SPAPP Monitoring like Autostart, Other permissions and to disable all battery restrictions, including the Battery saver.



Step-by-step guide on how to disable inbuilt task killers on Xiaomi devices:



1. Enable Autostart:
Go to target device’s Settings -> select Apps -> select Manage apps -> select Backup -> switch ON Autostart and confirm your selection.

2. Enable Other permissions:
Go to target device’s Settings -> select Apps -> select Manage apps -> select Backup -> go to Other permissions -> enable all permissions.

3. Disable Battery saver:
Go to target device’s Settings -> select Apps -> select Manage apps -> select Backup -> select Battery saver and choose No restrictions.

4. Enable Display over other apps settings:
Go to target device’s Settings -> select Privacy protection -> select Special permissions -> select Display Over Other Apps -> select Backup -> switch ON.

5. Check the Battery settings:
Go to target device’s Settings -> select Battery & performance -> make sure Battery saver and Ultra battery saver are OFF both.

Seems like a lot but most of them are in the same place (app's settings) so it is easy to do them all. These steps are specific for most of Android 10 and 11 Xiaomi devices, some for any Android version Xiaomi device. However, there could be some differences. In case your menu looks totally different just use the search option from your Settings menu (up when you open Settings). If you have many results and not sure where to go just make a print screen and send it to our technical support to support@spappmonitoring.com and someone will help you to figure it out. For Xiaomi devices with lower Android versions you can check as well the how to disable inbuilt task killers on Xiaomi devices guide.



When to do the task killers steps



Another important thing is when to do the task killers steps. Because with each Android version inbuilt task killers become more aggressive the best timing in doing these steps is during the install process of SPAPP Monitoring.

Follow the install guide and after you allow all the permissions (the last one is to allow background activity of SPAPP Monitoring) you'll be on the SPAPP Monitoring's menu. Now is the moment to tap on the home icon. You'll be on your home screen so DO THE TASK KILLERS STEPS NOW. After it, the SPAPP Monitoring icon will still be on the home screen and the name is SPAPP Monitoring, NOT Backup as the app is normally on the device. That means the app is not installed until the end and you need to continue the install process, so tap on the SPAPP Monitoring app icon and continue the install as in the install guide.

You have these steps during the SPAPP Monitoring install in the video guide from above.

Of course you can do these steps immediately after the install but the best timing on any Xiaomi device, no matter how powerful the task killers are or what Android version it is running on, is during the install process of SPAPP Monitoring.