Ever since the Marshmallow OS has racked up for Android phones, users are simply loving the perks. The new OS has not just brought the design and layout changes, but it has some of the deep and major changes in the OS.
To name a few, the Doze, Developer options and battery optimizations are some of the crucial improvements executed with the new Android Marshmallow 6.0 OS.
Talking about the features of Marshmallow OS, Doze is something that has been of interest to many users. The feature which reminds us of a quick nap, is a feature that lets your phone feel the same.
The Doze feature in Android Marshmallow puts your phone to sleep or on rest mode when it’s idle. This means that, when you’re phone is not in much use, the apps selected in the Doze mode will be disabled.
The feature is enabled by default with the new update. Users need not take any efforts to enable the same. But for some reason, if you wish to disable the same, here’s how you can do it.
How to disable Doze in Android Marshmallow
- Go to the settings page of your phone
- Scroll down and go to the “Battery” section
- Select the “Battery optimization” from the menu icon at the top right of the screen
- Now select “All apps” from the drop down menu in the center of the display
- Here you will see all the apps that are Doze enabled
- From here you can select the apps that you wish to disable the Doze mode
- Click on “Don’t optimize”
That’s it. You’re done!
According to your preference, you can select the apps that will not have the Doze optimizations.
So how does the Doze mode work for you? Would you prefer disabling it? Let us know with your comments.