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Don't kill my app feature request?


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With the forum often seeing people posting stuff which turns out to be battery saver issues I wondered if there is anything Eset could do to help?

Not sure if this is possible because of the number of different manufacturers, models and software version but I was wondering if it could work.

The idea I had was that during setup Eset could attempt to detect the phone and manufacturer OS and if it was one known by Eset, basically go through a specific setup. e.g. it could open the battery saver setting and ask the user to disable it for the app and so on

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No. Applications on Android don't have permissions granted by the OS to modify system permissions.

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5 hours ago, Marcos said:

No. Applications on Android don't have permissions granted by the OS to modify system permissions.

When you open an app sometimes it will notify you to allow specific stuff. Could it not simply work like that but in a more specific way depending on the phone?

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