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Veloxi wrote:

So friends I'm running into the oddest thing, and I thought getting a new phone might fix it but no dice.

For some reason, every Twitter app I try doesn't sync in the background. None of them. I've tried four so far and even though they have access to data and notifications, they still don't sync in the background at all and I just cannot for the life of me figure out why. This is over WiFi and cellular.

Anyone ever run into anything like this and know how to fix it? Google searches are incredibly unhelpful. Thank you!

Probably the dumbest question you'll get, but besides the permissions for accessing data and notifications, are the apps also set to allow data use in the background?

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Yeah that's one of the first things I checked, so confusing:

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Baron Of Hell wrote:

Try turning off battery optimizing for twitter.

I'll look into this.

Thanks guys.

Baron Of Hell wrote:

Try turning off battery optimizing for twitter.

K I did add it to "Never Sleeping Apps", is that the same thing?

Veloxi wrote:
Baron Of Hell wrote:

Try turning off battery optimizing for twitter.

K I did add it to "Never Sleeping Apps", is that the same thing?

That might help also but if you go to settings -> apps & notifications -> twitter -> batter you should see battery optimization that you can turn off.

It must be in a different place on this Samsung but I think I have it set properly. Interestingly it's not used any memory in the last three hours even though I've used it myself. Curiouser and curiouser.

I think the only gripe I have with my 6 so far is that it does seem like it takes longer to connect to previous Wifi networks.

Google Fu isn't showing me this as a common/known problem with a work around.

But ya pretty sure when I'm entering somewhere that I've saved the network is waiting for it to flip over.