Samsung Galaxy Note 10

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Notifications, background tasks, automatic synchronization or alarms do not work correctly for “Example App” on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. Open the “Settings” of your device.
  2. Choose “Apps”.
  3. Find “Example App” in the list of apps.
  4. Tap on “Example App”.
  5. Choose “Battery”.
  6. Next to “Allow background activity”, make sure the switch is turned on, i.e. with its knob or handle at the right.
  7. Leave by pressing ○ (“Home”) at the bottom of your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. Open the “Settings” of your device.
  2. Choose “Apps”.
  3. Find “Example App” in the list of apps.
  4. Tap on “Example App”.
  5. Choose “Battery”.
  6. Tap on “Optimize battery usage”.
  7. In the drop-down list at the top, switch from “Apps not optimized” to “All”.
  8. Find “Example App” in the list of apps.
  9. Next to “Example App”, make sure the switch is turned off, i.e. with its knob or handle at the left.
  10. Leave by pressing ○ (“Home”) at the bottom of your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. Open the “Settings” of your device.
  2. Choose “Apps”.
  3. At the top right, tap on ⋮ (three dots) to open the expanded menu.
  4. Tap on “Special access”.
  5. Choose “Optimize battery usage”.
  6. In the drop-down list at the top, switch from “Apps not optimized” to “All” or “All apps”.
  7. Find “Example App” in the list of apps.
  8. Next to “Example App”, make sure that the switch is turned off, i.e. with its knob or handle at the left.
  9. Leave by pressing ○ (“Home”) at the bottom of your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. Open the “Settings” of your device.
  2. Choose “Apps”.
  3. Find “Example App” in the list of apps.
  4. Tap on “Example App”.
  5. Choose “Mobile data”.
  6. Next to “Allow background data usage”, make sure the switch is turned on, i.e. with its knob or handle at the right.
  7. Leave by pressing ○ (“Home”) at the bottom of your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. Open the “Settings” of your device.
  2. Choose “Apps”.
  3. Find “Example App” in the list of apps.
  4. Tap on “Example App”.
  5. Choose “Mobile data”.
  6. Next to “Allow app while Data saver on”, make sure the switch is turned on, i.e. with its knob or handle at the right.
  7. Leave by pressing ○ (“Home”) at the bottom of your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. Open the “Settings” of your device.
  2. Choose “Apps”.
  3. At the top right, tap on ⋮ (three dots) to open the expanded menu.
  4. Choose “Special access”.
  5. Tap on “Allow app while Data saver on”.
  6. Find “Example App” in the list of apps.
  7. Next to “Example App”, make sure the switch is turned on, i.e. with its knob or handle at the right.
  8. Leave by pressing ○ (“Home”) at the bottom of your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. Open the “Settings” of your device.
  2. Choose “Device care”.
  3. At the bottom left, tap on “Battery”.
  4. Choose “Power mode”.
  5. Next to “Adaptive power saving”, make sure the switch is turned off, i.e. with its knob or handle at the left.
  6. Leave by pressing ○ (“Home”) at the bottom of your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. Open the “Settings” of your device.
  2. Choose “Apps”.
  3. Find “Example App” in the list of apps.
  4. Tap on “Example App”.
  5. In the “App settings” section, find “Notifications”.
  6. Tap on “Notifications”.
  7. At the top, next to “Show notifications”, make sure the switch is turned on, i.e. with its knob or handle at the right.
  8. At the bottom, next to “App icon badges”, make sure the switch is turned on, i.e. with its knob or handle at the right.
  9. Leave by pressing ○ (“Home”) at the bottom of your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. Open the “Settings” of your device.
  2. Choose “Accounts and backup”.
  3. Tap on “Accounts”.
  4. At the bottom, next to “Auto sync data”, make sure the switch is turned on, i.e. with its knob or handle at the right.
  5. Leave by pressing ○ (“Home”) at the bottom of your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. Swipe down from the status bar to show notifications and quick settings.
  2. Find the quick settings (where you can also turn on and off Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc.).
  3. Make sure that “Power mode” is turned off (gray).
  4. Leave by pressing ○ (“Home”) at the bottom of your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. Open the “Settings” of your device.
  2. Choose “Notifications”.
  3. Tap on “Status bar”.
  4. Next to “Show notification icons”, make sure the switch is turned on, i.e. with its knob or handle at the right.
  5. Below, make sure that “All notifications” is selected.
  6. Leave by pressing ○ (“Home”) at the bottom of your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. Swipe down from the status bar to show notifications and quick settings.
  2. Find the quick settings (where you can also turn on and off Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc.).
  3. Make sure that “Sync” is turned on (colored).
  4. Leave by pressing ○ (“Home”) at the bottom of your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. Open the “Settings” of your device.
  2. Choose “Device care”.
  3. At the bottom right, tap on “Memory”.
  4. Do not press “Clean now”. Remember never to use “Clean now” here.
  5. Leave by pressing ○ (“Home”) at the bottom of your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. Open the “Settings” of your device.
  2. Choose “Device care”.
  3. Do not press “Optimize now”. Remember never to use “Optimize now” here.
  4. Leave by pressing ○ (“Home”) at the bottom of your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. Open the “Settings” of your device.
  2. Choose “Device care”.
  3. At the top right, tap on ⋮ (three dots) to open the expanded menu.
  4. Choose “Auto optimization”.
  5. At the top, make sure the switch is turned off, i.e. with its knob or handle at the left.
  6. Leave by pressing ○ (“Home”) at the bottom of your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. Open the “Settings” of your device.
  2. Choose “Device care”.
  3. At the bottom left, tap on “Battery”.
  4. Find the “Power mode” section.
  5. If it says either “Optimized” or “High performance”, there’s nothing left for you to do. Otherwise, proceed with the next step.
  6. If it says “Medium power saving” or “Maximum power saving”, proceed with the next step.
  7. Tap on “Power mode”.
  8. Tap on the selected entry again.
  9. Next to “Restrict background data”, remove the checkmark from the checkbox.
  10. At the bottom, tap on “Apply”.
  11. Leave by pressing ○ (“Home”) at the bottom of your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. Open the “Settings” of your device.
  2. Choose “Device care”.
  3. At the bottom left, tap on “Battery”.
  4. At the top right, tap on ⋮ (three dots) to open the expanded menu.
  5. Choose “Settings”.
  6. Next to “Adaptive battery”, make sure the switch is turned off, i.e. with its knob or handle at the left.
  7. Next to “Put unused apps to sleep”, make sure the switch is turned off, i.e. with its knob or handle at the left.
  8. Next to “Auto disable unused apps”, make sure the switch is turned off, i.e. with its knob or handle at the left.
  9. Further down, next to “Optimize settings”, make sure the switch is turned off, i.e. with its knob or handle at the left.
  10. Leave by pressing ○ (“Home”) at the bottom of your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. Open the “Settings” of your device.
  2. Choose “Device care”.
  3. At the bottom left, tap on “Battery”.
  4. At the top right, tap on ⋮ (three dots) to open the expanded menu.
  5. Choose “Settings”.
  6. Tap on “Sleeping apps”.
  7. If “Example App” is not in the list of apps, there’s nothing left for you to do. Otherwise, proceed with the next step.
  8. At the top right, tap on the trash icon.
  9. Find “Example App” in the list of apps.
  10. Next to “Example App”, put a checkmark into the checkbox.
  11. At the bottom right, tap on “Remove”.
  12. Leave by pressing ○ (“Home”) at the bottom of your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. Open the “Settings” of your device.
  2. Choose “Device care”.
  3. At the bottom left, tap on “Battery”.
  4. At the top right, tap on ⋮ (three dots) to open the expanded menu.
  5. Choose “Settings”.
  6. Tap on “Disabled apps”.
  7. Make sure that “Example App” is not in the list of apps.
  8. Leave by pressing ○ (“Home”) at the bottom of your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. Open the “Settings” of your device.
  2. Choose “Device care”.
  3. At the bottom right, tap on “Memory”.
  4. At the top right, tap on ⋮ (three dots) to open the expanded menu.
  5. Choose “Apps that aren’t checked”.
  6. If “Example App” is in the list of apps, there’s nothing left for you to do. Otherwise, proceed with the next step.
  7. At the very bottom, tap on “Add”.
  8. Find “Example App” in the list of apps.
  9. Next to “Example App”, put a checkmark into the checkbox.
  10. At the bottom right, tap on “Add”.
  11. Leave by pressing ○ (“Home”) at the bottom of your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. Open the “Settings” of your device.
  2. Choose “Apps”.
  3. Find “Example App” in the list of apps.
  4. Tap on “Example App”.
  5. Further down, in the “App settings” section, find “Permissions”.
  6. Tap on “Permissions”.
  7. Make sure that all switches are turned on, i.e. with their knobs or handles at the right, unless you have any specific objections.
  8. Leave by pressing ○ (“Home”) at the bottom of your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?


  1. There are many apps on the app store which claim to boost performance, free up space, save battery, or optimize the RAM of your device. However, these apps interfere with other apps, like “Example App”, and prevent them from working correctly.
  2. If you have any app like “Clean Master”, “Security Master”, “Task Manager”, “Phone Cleaner”, “Super Cleaner”, “Power Clean”, “DU Cleaner”, “DU Speed Booster”, “CCleaner”, “AVG Cleaner”, “Avast Cleanup” or “Norton Clean”, check that it doesn’t block or terminate “Example App”.
  3. If unsure, consider uninstalling the app claiming to “clean” or “boost” your device.

Have you been able to follow these steps on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10?