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How To Choose Protected Apps On Huawei Mate 8

There are so many things to love about Huawei Mate 8. For those who love phablets with a sleek, stylish design, Mate 8 is an excellent choice. But the size of the screen and awesome design are not the only things that make this device so great. It runs smoothly, and it has a pretty good camera. It’s 4000 mAh battery is a special story, because the battery life is exceptional. Of course, Huawei made sure that you have all the features a few taps away, and if you need it (which will hardly be the case), you can enable Battery Saver Mode, and you will extend device’s battery life. There is another thing. When the screen goes off, Mate 8 can shut down all the apps so the battery life can last longer, which is great, but once it kills the apps, you won’t get the notifications. While we are pretty sure you don’t like tons of notifications, the ones from your favorite apps are more than welcome, right? Don’t worry, you can choose protected apps on Huawei Mate 8.

Choosing protected apps on Huawei Mate 8 means that you can select the apps that will always run and that way you will receive the app notifications as well. Plus, every time you unlock the phone and want to use one of your favorite apps, you won’t have to wait for the app to load. We are going to show you how you can select protected apps.

You may also read: How To Change The Home Screen Launcher On Huawei Mate 8

How to choose protected apps on Huawei Mate 8

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Selecting protected apps is pretty simple:

  • Go to Settings from the Home screen
  • Tap Advanced Settings
  • Tap Battery Manager
  • Now, click on the “Protected apps”

You will see all the apps you have on your device, and next to each app, there is a switch. Go through the apps and select the protected ones by moving the switch.

 

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You may also read: How To Enable Gloves Mode On Huawei Mate 8

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