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How to keep FlashGet Kids running in background on Android?

Technically, it’s essential to keep FlashGet Kids for child process running on the background of the device because maintaining its usage works.

Note: Please check the instructions below to set up FlashGet Kids for child on your devices, if you use the following Android brand devices.

How to keep FlashGet Kids for child running in the background on other Android devices?

Enable basic permissions for child’s app

If it’s the first time that you open FlashGet Kids for child (enabled permissions needed), please kindly follow the step-by-step guide. 4 easy steps to use child’s app.

Tap on Settings of your device

1. Keep WLAN on always

  • Go to  Settings > WLAN or Wi-Fi > Advanced or additional settings.

2. Turn on “Autostart” or “Auto-launch”

  • Go to Settings > Battery or Apps or Permissions. If not, you can go to the Phone Manager or Security Manager on Settings.

3. Turn on “Run in background” (Or add FlashGet Kids to the allowlist of Cleanup)

  • Go to Settings > Battery or Apps or Permissions. If not, you can check the Phone Manager or Security Manager on Settings.

4. Turn off “Power saving mode” and Disable “Battery optimization”

  • Go to Settings > Battery or Battery manager.

Notes:

  • Background tasks like RAM and battery will take up a device’s limited resources. So, the Android OS system will handle the task killer when memory is low and doesn’t allow you or app developers to control the background task killer. That’s why we can’t keep FlashGet Kids service permanently running in the background.
  • Besides, the following special cases can also cause a connection issue:
    • Device power-off.
    • FlashGet Kids for child has been uninstalled.
    • The network doesn’t work on the device.

About the author

Kidcaring, Chief Writer in FlashGet Kids.
She is dedicated to shaping parental control in the digital world. She is an experienced expert in the parenting industry and has engaged in reporting and writing different parental control apps. For the past five years, she has provided additional parental guides for the family and has contributed to changing parenting methods.

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