By default, Android tends to prioritize putting low-priority apps into sleep mode to conserve the phone's battery life. However, one common concern among Android users is how to ensure that their apps remain active and responsive even when running in the background.

The issue of apps "sleeping" in the background can lead to a less-than-ideal user experience, with delayed notifications and reduced functionality. While this is a default behavior, there are various ways to override it. Seeing Android devices are diverse and numerous, we’ll walk you through the common ones in this guide.

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