Android™ 9 Battery Settings

The majority of devices using Android™ 9 come with a built-in battery optimizer. The optimizer serves the purpose of managing the device in order to preserve battery life. Being that Covenant Eyes runs constantly to monitor and protect your device, it’s not surprising when a battery optimizer flags Covenant Eyes. This article will help you find and exclude Covenant Eyes from the battery optimizer.

For Google Pixel devices:

    1. Open the Settings app and select the “Battery” option.
    2. On the Battery page, tap the three vertical dots in the upper, right-hand corner. Select the “Battery usage” option from the drop-down menu.
    3. Find and tap the Covenant Eyes app on the Battery usage page.
    4. The operating system should bring you to the Covenant Eyes app page. Tap the “Battery optimization” option.
    5. When you get to the Battery optimization page, scroll through the list to find Covenant Eyes. If it is not there, hit the down arrow that is located in the upper, right-hand corner and select “All apps” from the list.
    6. Scroll through the Battery optimization list. Locate and select the Covenant Eyes app.
    7. A pop-up menu should appear; select “Don’t optimize” from the list and tap “Done.”
    8. Once you hit “Done,” “Not optimized” should then display underneath Covenant Eyes.

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For Samsung devices:

    1. Open the Settings app.
    2. Scroll down and select the “Device care” option.
    3. In the lower left corner, tap the “Battery” option.
    4. Scroll through the list and select the Covenant Eyes app.
    5. At the bottom of the Covenant Eyes App usage page you should see an option called “Put app to sleep.” When it is blue, it indicates that the operating system will put Covenant Eyes to sleep when it feels it is not in use. You need to slide the switch to the off position so the OS is not allowed to put the app to sleep. Once this is done, you can close out of the Settings app.

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