- 三星-m-n900a（AT＆amp; t）
- Android 4.3
I have a rooted Note 3:
The issue I'm having is that there is something that's killing applications that should be running in the background.
For example, the Alarm Clock. Daily, 7:00 am alarm is set. The alarm never goes off because the application has been killed.
The "battery saver" mode is disabled.
What else is there that I can do to remove Samsung's propensity to kill apps on my Note 3? My phone is rooted, are there Samsung Apps that I can kill/freeze? Is there any options that force an app to keep running?
I am aware of an option in developers settings which limit the amount of background processes. Is this option set to anything besides standard limit? Aside from an app killer application I can think of nothing else except crazy OOM settings.