Devices with Android 6.0+, often experience disconnection with AirDroid because of Doze mode. Please change the setting of your devices according to the following steps:
General(applies to all, except Huawei): Settings > Battery > Battery usage > More > Optimize battery usage >Apps are not optimized > More > AirDroid > Off
Huawei: Device Manager>System optimization>setting>Whitelist >click “Memory cleanup whitelist”> tick AirDroid.
If it is because WLAN being cut off under Doze mode, which has caused the disconnection. You need to keep wifi on during the phone's sleep. Please follow the steps below:
- Samsung: Settings>Wi-Fi>MORE>Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep，select ”Always(Increases battery consumption)”
- Huawei: Settings>wifi >Menu>Advanced settings>to keep wifi on during sleep，select ”Always.
- Oneplus: Settings>wifi>Advanced>to keep wifi on during sleep，select ”Always”.
- Google Nexus: Settings>wifi>tap the button on top-right corner>Advanced>Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep>select ”Always”.
- HTC: Settings > Wi-Fi->tap the button on top-right corner >Advanced > Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep >select “Always”.
- LG: Settings > wifi > Advanced settings > Keep wifi on during sleep > select “Always”.
However, if you’ve tried the above settings but the problem remains, please proceed to the following for advanced setting:
Settings>Developer options>Background process limit >select ”Standard limit”.
The options of “No Apps Allowed to Process” and “No More than One App Processing at Background” is not suggested, select above two might prevent AirDroid from functioning properly.
- If you have connected your device to a 2G/3G/4G network, the network will be disconnected when you receive an inbound call. Thus the connection between your device and PC/laptop will be interrupted. You may connect your device to WiFi network and try again.
- If you're using AirDroid Win/Mac, the connection will be interrupted when the computer goes to sleep. AirDroid will restore the connection automatically when the computer connects to the network again.