How does Google TV App Hibernation work?
When you enable Google TV App Hibernation on your Android TV device, the system will automatically put unused apps into a hibernation mode. This means that the app’s processes are suspended, and it is not actively using any system resources such as CPU, memory, or network bandwidth. The app is still installed on your device, but its components are not loaded until you launch it again.When you launch an app that is in hibernation mode, the system will load its components and resume its processes. This can take a few seconds, depending on the app’s size and complexity. However, once the app is launched, it will function normally, just like any other app.
Why should you use Google TV App Hibernation?
There are several reasons why you should use Google TV App Hibernation on your Android TV device:
1. Improve device performance:
When too many apps are running in the background, your device’s performance can slow down. By putting unused apps into hibernation mode, you can optimize the performance of your device and reduce the amount of background activity.
2. Save battery life:
If you are using a portable Android TV device, enabling Google TV App Hibernation can help prolong your device’s battery life. By reducing the amount of background activity, the system can conserve battery power, allowing you to use your device for longer periods.
3. Manage your apps more efficiently:
Google TV App Hibernation allows you to manage your apps more efficiently. You can choose which apps to put into hibernation mode, ensuring that your favorite apps are always running smoothly.
Google TV App Hibernation is a useful feature that can help optimize the performance of your Android TV device. By putting unused apps into hibernation mode, you can reduce the amount of background activity, improve device performance, and prolong battery life. If you are an Android TV user, we recommend enabling