Various different Android manufactures add things onto their operating system that can affect the your Forza notifications. This article will cover different models made by: Samsung, Huawei, Honor, ASUS, Oppo and Xiamoi.

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Samsung:

Step 1: Prioritize notifications from Forza

  1. From the app drawer, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Apps.
  3. Select Forza.
  4. Under App Setting, tap Notifications.
  5. Toggle on Set as priority.

Step 2: Exclude Forza from battery optimization

  1. From the app drawer, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Device management.
  3. Select Battery.
  4. Tap Unmonitored apps.
  5. Add Forza to this list.

Huawei:

P8 lite/ P10 and P20:

Step 1: Enable Forza to run at startup

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

Step 2: Allow notifications from Forza

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

Mate 8 & Huawei Nova Plus:

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

Honor:

Honor 8

Step 1: List Forza 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 Forza to enable.

Step 2: Ignore battery optimizations for Forza

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

Step 3: Allow notifications from Forza

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

Honor 6

Step 1: List Forza as a protected app

  1. From the app drawer, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Power Saving.
  3. Tap Protected apps.
  4. Toggle Forza to enable.

Step 2: Enable Forza in the Notification Manager

  1. From the app drawer, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Notification Manager.
  3. Select Notify for Forza to receive push notifications.

ASUS:

Zenphone 1 with Android 7

Step 1: Ensure that Forza is set to auto-start

  1. From the app drawer, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Power Management.
  3. Select Auto-start Manager.
  4. Find Forza and ensure it's enabled.

Step 2: List Forza as a protected app

  1. From the app drawer, tap Mobile Manager.
  2. Tap Boost.
  3. Tap Enable Super Boost, then select Protected app list.
  4. Verify that Forza is on the list.

Zenphone 2:

  1. From the app drawer, tap Apps.
  2. Tap Auto-start manager.
  3. Toggle Forza to Allow.

OPPO:

Step 1: List Forza as a protected app

  1. From the app drawer, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Advanced Settings.
  3. Tap Battery Manager, then Protected Apps.
  4. Toggle Forza to enable protection.

Step 2: Ignore battery optimization for Forza

  1. From the app drawer, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Apps, then Advanced.
  3. Select Ignore Battery Optimizations.
  4. Toggle Forza to ignore optimization.

Step 3: Allow notifications from Forza

  1. From the app drawer, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Notification Panel & Status Bar.
  3. Tap Notification Center.
  4. Find Forza and activate allow notifications and priority display.

Xaomi:

  1. From the app drawer, tap Security.
  2. Tap Permissions.
  3. Tap Autostart.
  4. Toggle Forza to enable.

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