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Whastapp Spy

Nowadays everybody is online. There is a saying, if you are not online then you don't exist. Somehow this is right, especially with all lock-downs, in many cases, the only way to keep in touch with family and friends is having a chat or a cal/video call with them. For teenagers keeping in touch with their friends is even more important as at this age they connect more with each others, not adults. You can not take it off, more than this, most of the parents say the screen time is actually even bigger now than ever so better to find a way to protect your child. App-Spy is a tracking app that comes in help for each and every parent.

How to disable inbuilt task killers for App-Spy

Smartphones can make many things but with each Android version and smartphone developer each device has a more powerful resource allocator optimization for a lower battery consumption. This may sound as a good thing on the battery life but for any app that is working in background such as App-Spy this is a deal-killer. These battery settings are task killers for any app that is working in background. App-Spy is working mostly in background (collecting data) and is an app with many permissions (to access different data in order to collect it for you) so it is a direct target for any battery optimizer. Many task killers are so powerful that block even apps like alarm clocks, health apps and even calendar events. This is why following next steps is very important to make App-Spy work properly on any Android version and device model.

How and why to enable notification for App-Spy

App-Spy is a tracking app so it will have many permissions in order to access your target device's data like social media, phone calls, GPS location, SMS logs and many more. Another important details is App-Spy works mostly in background in order to identify and extract all this data for you when is NOT open. On ALL devices with later Android versions (starting about version 5) there are many inbuilt task killers. What does that mean? That means battery saving apps. The newer your Android version, the more features it has. The more features it has, the most it will try to save the battery. On one hand this sounds good as even if we want performant smartphones, we want the battery to live as long as possible. The bad thing is these inbuilt task killers usually are killing apps that are working in background mostly. For some social media app maybe this makes sense, but imagine you set an alarm to catch a plane in the morning and you phone would not ring as the battery app killed the background alarm app. Not so fun anymore right? Sometimes such apps can kill only some processes not the whole app especially for a tracking app such as App-Spy.

Android 10 and 11 install guide

The installation process of App-Spy on Android 10 and 11 devices is quite similar with the previous Android version. However, we'll show you step-by-step the install guide for Android 10 and Android 11 devices.