Using Doze Settings Editor App on Rooted Devices to Tweak Doze

Google has officially released the latest version of Android which is the Android 6.0 Marshmallow together with the company's new Nexus handsets. This new version of Android brings along several  new features, even though the OS just looks very similar to Android Lollipop and one of those features is ‘Doze‘. It essentially lets your device preserve battery while it’s not on the move like when it just sits on a table. This features is pretty great as it is, but if you’ve rooted your Android Marshmallow-powered device, you can even get an app which makes things a whole lot more interesting than basically just barely Marshmallow. Rooting your Android device makes it pretty more awesome.

The app itself is  ‘Doze Settings Editor’ lets you dig deep into Doze’s options once you've rooted it. It will let you tweak Doze and make some changes like the time when it activates, how much movements is it required to disable Doze, and the like. Having the  update brought preset profiles to the app that  will actually help you tweak these settings with ease without having to tweak everything manually. Then  you can now add your own custom profiles to the app as well to your preference.

Importantly, considering having knowledge on this is pretty beneficial and  keep in mind that you should definitely stay away from this application if you don’t know exactly what you’re doing because you could end up messing up Doze and along with that the functionality of your devices are at risks. That is pretty understandable, but it had to be said, though you’ll need root access and privileges in order to use the app, so it’s assumed that you know what you’re getting yourself into. Doze is one of many new features of Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but this particular feature along with ‘Now On Tap’ seems to be the most popular one at this time. Battery life on the other hand has become precious in today’s smartphones and a feature like Doze can seriously improve it just like rooting it. The ‘Now On Tap’ is a completely different story, and if you’d like to find out more about each of these features, visit our Android 6.0 Marshmallow page where you’ll find lots of info relevant  to the new version of Android.

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