07-09-2020 09:49 AM in
08-09-2020 05:14 AM in
I have mine set at optimised and leave the adaptive battery option toggled off however having this toggled On shouldn't stop notifications.
It's designed to save battery as it allows the phone to adapt to your usage patterns.
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15-09-2020 04:54 PM in
According to this information you may not receive notifications from rarely used Apps (which are in sleep mode) in the Adaptive Battery Setting. I just have the Battery optimised myself though.
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15-09-2020 06:40 PM - last edited 15-09-2020 06:41 PM
Check what apps you have that's been added to the Deep-Sleep list in Settings > Device Care > Battery.
I myself leave Adaptive Battery turned on. Your phone learns from your usage pattern and turns on power saving features when you not using your phone the most. It monitors what you do, how long you use the phone, what apps you run (especially the ones that drain your battery fast like games) And turns off power saving mode in that occasion etc...
But it should not stop notifications. I haven't notice at least on mine.