To use the features of FlashGet Kids properly, you need to keep FlashGet Kids running in the background of your phone. But how do you keep an app running in the background on your OPPO phone? You need to grant FlashGet Kids for child the basic permissions you need.
How to keep an app running in the background on OPPO?
Here is an example for Android 10, ColorOS v7.1. Please follow the detailed tutorial below to grant access to the FlashGet Kids app.
1. Go to Settings > WLAN/Wi-Fi > Advanced/ Advanced settings and ensure the Wi-Fi connection remains on while sleeping.
For ColorOS 3.0 and above, the default WLAN connection will always be on.
2. Go to Settings > SIM card & mobile data > Data usage, and turn off Smart Network Allocation and Data Saving.
Go to Network permissions and ensure that the FlashGet Kids app allows WiFi and mobile data.
1. Go to Settings > Battery and adjust the following settings.
- Click on Power saving mode: turn off Power saving mode.
- Turn off Smart Power Saver.
- Click on Power saver options: to turn off Sleep standby optimization.
- Turn on High-Performance Mode.
- Click on App Quick Freeze: to turn off Auto-freeze for FlashGet Kids.
2. Go to Settings > Battery > Custom Power Saver > Select FlashGet Kids > Select “Allow Background Running.” Click on Smart Power Saving Scenarios and turn off Sleeping Mode.
For ColorOS 5.2 and below: You need to turn off “Background Freeze,” “Abnormal Apps Optimization,” and “Doze.”
1. Go to Settings > App management > App list, find FlashGet Kids, and adjust the following settings:
- Click on Data usage details: Turn off ‘Disable mobile data‘ and ‘Disable Wi-Fi.’ Turn on “Background data.”
- Click on Battery usage: Turn on “Run in Background.”
- Click on Manage notifications: Turn off “Allow notifications.”
2. Go to Settings > App management > Auto-launch apps: Turn on FlashGet Kids.
For OPPO phones with ColorOS 3.0 ~ 6.1.2, go to Phone Manager > Privacy Peremissons > Startup Manager > Turn on lashGet Kids.
- 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 the FlashGet Kids for child service permanently running in the background.
- Besides, the following exceptional cases can also cause a connection issue: Device power-off; FlashGet Kids has been uninstalled; The network doesn’t work on the device.