Fixing Android notifications on Nokia devices

These steps are for enabling Android notifications on Nokia devices. Depending  on the version of your operating system, these options/screens may be slightly different.

1 Turn Off Battery Optimization for FrontPage

  • Go to Settings > Battery > Battery optimization (from 3 dots button on the top right) > All Apps > FrontPage
  • Tap on FrontPage and turn OFF Battery Optimization

2 Make Notifications from FrontPage important

  • Go to Settings > Notifications > FrontPage
  • Slide the importance bar to right most

If you have Android Pie (9), you will have to do this:

  • Go to Settings > Apps & Notifications > Scroll to bottom, tap on See all from last 7 days > FrontPage
  • Turn ON notifications for FrontPage

3 Remove FrontPage from Restricted App List (on Android Pie / 9)

  • Settings > Battery > Adaptive Battery > Restricted App List > FrontPage
  • Turn OFF the button next to FrontPage (this will allow FrontPage to run in the background and receive notifications)

Fixing Android notifications on Lenovo devices

These steps are for enabling Android notifications on Lenovo devices. Depending  on the version of your operating system, these options/screens may be slightly different.

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Tap Power Manager.
  3. Select Background App Management.
  4. Scroll to FrontPage
  5. Tap to Allow auto-start.

Fixing Android notifications on Panasonic devices

These steps are for enabling Android notifications on Huawei devices. Depending  on the version of your operating system, these options/screens may be slightly different.

  1. Go to: Apps > Settings > Battery. Note If unavailable, navigate Arrow icon Arrow icon to display All apps > Settings > Battery.
  2. Tap the Menu icon (3 dots) menu (located in the upper-right).
  3. Tap Battery optimization.
  4. Tap the Not optimized dropdown menu icon(located at the top). Tap All apps.
  5. Tap FrontPage app, then tap Don’t optimize
  6. Then tap Done.

Fixing Android notifications on Huawei devices

These steps are for enabling Android notifications on Huawei devices. Depending  on the version of your operating system, these options/screens may be slightly different.

Huawei Honor 6

Step 1: List FrontPage as a protected app

  • From the app drawer, tap Settings.
  • Tap Power Saving.
  • Tap Protected apps.
  • Toggle FrontPage to enable.

Step 2: Enable FrontPage in the Notification Manager

  • From the app drawer, tap Settings.
  • Tap Notification Manager.
  • Select Notify for FrontPage to receive push notifications.

Huawei Honor 8

Step 1: List FrontPage as a protected app

  1. From the app drawer, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Advanced Settings.
  3. Tap Battery Manager.
  4. Tap Protected apps (or Close apps after screen lock).
  5. Toggle FrontPage to enable.

Step 2: Ignore battery optimizations for FrontPage

  1. From the app drawer, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Apps.
  3. Tap Advanced.
  4. Select Ignore battery optimizations.
  5. Choose FrontPage and ignore the app.

Step 3: Allow notifications from FrontPage

  1. From the app drawer, tap Settings.
  2. Select the Notification Panel & Status Bar.
  3. Tap Notification Center and find FrontPage.
  4. Ensure that Allow Notifications and Priority Display are active.

Huawei P8 lite

Step 1: Enable FrontPage to run at startup

  1. From the app drawer, tap Phone Manager.
  2. Swipe left and tap Startup Manager.
  3. Tap FrontPage and ensure that it’s set to run automatically at system startup.

Step 2: Allow notifications from FrontPage

  1. From the app drawer, tap Phone Manager.
  2. Swipe left and tap Notification Manager.
  3. Tap Rules and ensure that FrontPage is set up to send notifications to the notification panel. Check if any other settings in this view may be blocking notifications.

Huawei Mate 8 & Huawei Nova Plus

Ensure that FrontPage is exempt from your device’s battery optimization features:

  1. From the app drawer, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Advanced Settings.
  3. Tap Battery Manager.
  4. Tap Protected apps.
  5. Toggle FrontPage to enable.

Note

  • You may also need to Restart your phone after making the above changes.
  • If you have Android 8 (Oreo) version of the OS you also need to allow unlimited access to data in the section: Settings > Apps > Special access > unlimited data access > choose  FrontPage and allow it.

Fixing Android notifications on Asus devices

These steps are for enabling Android notifications on Asus devices. Depending  on the version of your operating system, these options/screens may be slightly different.

A. Add FrontPage to Auto Start on Asus devices

3. On the next screen go to FrontPage app. It may be there in the Downloaded tab.

4. Turn ON the button next to FrontPage.

If you don’t have the above option on your OS, try this:

  • Go to Mobile Manager > Permissions > Auto-start Manager > FrontPage

 

Fixing Android notifications on Samsung devices

These steps are for enabling Android notifications on Samsung devices. Depending  on the version of your operating system, these options/screens may be slightly different.

A. Add FrontPage to “Unmonitored Apps” on Samsung devices

5. After selecting FrontPage, FrontPage should show in the list of Unmonitored Apps.

B. Disable Power Save/Battery Optimization for FrontPage

  1. Go to Settings > Battery and follow the steps below. If you don’t have Battery under settings, scroll down to the section 2.
    2. If you did not have the “Battery” option as specified in 1 above, under Settings look for “Apps”. If you have you are done.

Fixing Android notifications on Vivo devices

These steps are for enabling Android notifications on Vivo devices. Depending  on the version of your operating system, these may not be enough. You may also have to DISABLE battery optimization.

A. Set FrontPage to Auto Start on Vivo devices

If you don’t have the Auto start option on your device, try this:

  1. Go to Settings > Battery > High background power consumption
  2. Enable (toggle ON) the switch next to FrontPage

B. Enable notifications for FrontPage

  1. Go to Settings > Status Bar & Notifications > FrontPage
  2. Switch ON all the options including Allow notification, Priority, Show on lock screen, Top preview

Fixing Android notifications on LYF devices

These steps are for fixing Android notifications on LYF devices. Depending on the version of your operating system, the screens/menus may be slightly different:

A. Disable Battery Optimization for FrontPage

Fixing Android notifications on OnePlus devices

These steps are for fixing notifications on OnePlus devices. These settings may be different depending the version of Oxygen OS on your device so please read through all the options mentioned below.

OnePlus (Android 7.0 and earlier)

For system versions earlier than Android 8.0 Oreo, ensure that FrontPage is set to auto-launch:

  1. From the app drawer, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Apps.
  3. Tap the  gear icon in the top right.
  4. Select App Autolaunch.
  5. Toggle FrontPage to enable.

    App auto launch on Oxygen OS on One Plus devices

 

 

OnePlus (Android 8.0 and later)

Step 1: Check that app storage is set to clear normally

  1. From the app drawer, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Advanced.
  3. Select Recent apps management.
  4. Ensure that Normal clear is enabled.

Step 2: Exclude FrontPage from battery optimization

  1. From the app drawer, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Battery, then Battery Optimization.
  3. Tap Apps not optimized and select All apps.
  4. Find FrontPage and ensure it’s set to Don’t optimize.

OnePlus 3

Adjust your battery optimization to allow notifications from FrontPage when it’s running in the background:

  1. From the app drawer, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Battery.
  3. Select Battery Optimization.
  4. Tap the  Overflow menu in the top right of that screen.
  5. Select Advanced Optimization.
  6. Toggle FrontPage to OFF.

If you did not find the options above, try this:

  1. Go to System Settings > Battery > Menu > Aggressive Doze & App Hibernation
  2. In the list title “Optimized”, scroll down to FrontPage and Turn ON the buttons next to it.

Next check these steps:

  1. Go to System Settings > Battery > Menu > High Power Usage apps
  2. If FrontPage is shown here, disable it.

Also do this:

  1. Go to System Settings > Advanced > Recent App Management
  2. Select Normal Clear, not Deep Clear as show in the picture below:
  3. Make sure normal clear is selected, not Deep clear.