Constant AirSync Notification

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    Dr. Twist

    Well, we can all thank Google for that. In the latest version of Android, all background services are required to have a persistent notification in order for the OS to not terminate the service. There's currently no way around that, unless Google provides developers or users with an option to manually "hide" the notification and keep the service running. The guys at Google rarely listen to developers, but they may listen to users like you if you send an email directly to Google/Google Play.

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  • Chris VandenHeuvel

    Would there be a way for AirSync to only be running in the background when it's actually going to perform a sync? Daily schedule maybe?

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  • Marc B

    Hey Dr. Twist, Is there any harm in leaving the airsync server running all the time? Will it drain my battery faster, for instance? 

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  • doubleTwist Support

    Hello Marc,

    AirSync will consume a small amount of battery when it's enabled so if you won't be using it for a long time, it may be best to disable it until you need to sync again.

     

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