applications – How Auto start apps are able to start after reboot?

Many OEMs have restrictions which do not allow an application to run after boot complete. For this, we need to give autostart permission to that app. Then how does apps like Autostart, startup manager are able to run right after boot without having any permissions? Autostart is developed by a small team and is not as popular as whatsapp, facebook and others that it can be whitelisted by the OEM. Any inputs will be helpful.

Edit1: I am aware of broadcast receiver but even after using them user needs to manually set autostart permission for my application to be able to run the application in background after BOOT_COMPLETE. However this is not the case for autostart apps.


reboot – Samsung Galaxy A10 restarts automatically

I have had my mobile for almost a year, but recently it started to restart unexpectedly. This happens most often while charging, but exceptionally it happens at other times. It only occurs to me that it causes unstable applications, but I can only guess which causes it, unless the problem is somewhere else.

Please help.

Thank you.

PS. Samsung Galaxy A10 – Android 10 (ONE UI 2.0)

App Windows – Reboot Restore Rx Pro v11.2 Build 2705882369 Multilinguage | NulledTeam UnderGround

Reboot Restore Rx Pro (formerly Drive Vaccine) Reboot Restore Rx Pro prevents any and all changes made on your drive(s) making those PC’s bulletproof and unbreakable. It is designed for public access computing environments such as schools, computer labs, kiosks, hotels, Internet cafes, and libraries.

We understand it takes a certain fortitude to service PC’s in the public domain where users are not always careful and computer usage is high. That is why we built Reboot Restore Rx Pro to be fast, effective and efficient. Regardless of what a user does (including erasing files, installing software or even hacking the system registry) Reboot Restore Rx Pro will automatically restore the PC to your desired system state on a schedule you set.

Reboot on Restore
Instantly reset to the baseline on startup or hard reset.

One-Click Instant Update
Update the baseline without restarting your computer.

Reduce Maintenance Cost
Drastically reduces computer maintenance, and can be used to protect tier one public access computing environments..

Reboot Restore Rx Pro Features:
– VMWare Support
– Protects the MBR
– Mini OS Access
– Access Control & Data Security
– Stealth Mode
– Restore On Any Schedule
– Remote Management
– Back Out From Baseline Update
– Automate Updates
– Exclusion Drive / Registry Exclusion

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What is "[High Level] Letter of Challenge" in Kritika Reboot

Every I kill the boss, then there are appears some notifications, includes "[High Level] Letter of Challenge". I have 52 items. It’s explain that this item can make a dungeon with raids monster. But how to use it?

logs – After a reboot and latest CU for sqlserver 2017 I get this annoying message

After a reboot and latest CU for sqlserver 2017 I get this annoying message (the xxxxx was a number)

SSBDT: Dialog timer delete during registration (did:
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:Initiator, OpType: CloseDialog
OpResult: Null)

I’ve read that it isn’t to worry : true?
This message is filling my sql server logs every second: how can I make it stop?

Vodafone Smart v10 device – android 9.0 boot completed not received after reboot

I have written code that successfully restarts a service after device reboots across a range of devices including Samsung, HTC, XIAOMI, Oppo, RealMe but does not work for Vodafone Smart v10.
Unfortunately the app I’m working on has to work on Vodafone Smart v10 and I have been struggling to get it working.

AndriodManifest.xml code:

           <category android:name="android.intent.category.DEFAULT"/>
            <action android:name="android.intent.action.BATTERY_OKAY" />
            <action android:name="android.intent.action.REBOOT" />
            <action android:name="android.intent.action.ACTION_BOOT_COMPLETED" />
            <action android:name="android.intent.action.QUICKBOOT_POWERON" />
            <action android:name="android.intent.action.LOCKED_BOOT_COMPLETED" />
            <category android:name="android.intent.category.HOME" />
            <action android:name="android.intent.action.ACTION_SHUTDOWN" />

BootCompletedReceiver class:

    public void onReceive(Context ctx, Intent intent) {
        Log.e("LocationReceiver", "before intent");
        final String BOOT_COMPLETED_ACTION = "android.intent.action.BOOT_COMPLETED";
        if (intent.getAction().equals(BOOT_COMPLETED_ACTION)) {
        Toast.makeText(context, "Boot Completed Received", Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();

The BOOT_COMPLETED is never received. Even android debugger is not able to find any debuggable process so not able to stack trace any exceptions. I strongly feel there are some particular restrictions added by Vodafone but not sure about it and have not found any way of bypassing restrictions.

Anyone facing similar issues or has found a solution??

System modifications don’t stay after reboot

I wanted to port treble to the LG V20 I made all the things needed a new partition and made the flashable zip and after flashing from twrp when I used file manager and checked everything was correct but when I rebooted the phone it when back to the normal type of vendor instead of the modification I did it undoes all my changes.
Is there any way to prevent this from happening

Umlaut key combo of Windows Custom Keyboard Layout stops working until reboot

I have a Custom Keyboard Layout installed that I created myself using MKLC and have used without issue for many years. Two weeks or so ago, the Umlaut A key combo I defined (AltGr + A; affects both uppercase and lowercase) stopped working on my managed corporate computer until I reboot, and from then on would only work for a relatively short time (probably around an hour) after each reboot. This almost always affects my Umlaut A key combo, but has once affected another Umlaut key combo instead of Umlaut A.

device boots into recovery every time I reboot, probably because playing with a system app

Today I removed chrome browser that was a system app. At first unintentionally my hand tapped on “integrate updated system app into rom” (titanium backup app) and my immediate attempts to cancel it failed, and chrome icon changed to android robot. Then without any restart I uninstalled it using titanium backup, so that icon got disappeared.

I used my phone for a couple of hours until I attached it to the charger and turned it off. Now every time I reboot, it boots into recovery (twrp 3.0.2).

My phone is Sm-J510F with official android 7.1.1 and it’s rooted.

Is there any hope I can boot into system without factory reset?

macbook pro – Battery percentage is wrong and cannot wake from sleep, have to reboot a lot

MacBook Pro early 2013 3 Ghz Inte Core i7 running Mojave 10.14.6. Bought it used from Mac of All Trades about one year ago. Six months ago I replaced the internal SSD with a 1 Tb Aura SSD from OWC and cloned over the original contents. Everything has been great, no issues at all.

Starting about four days ago, I opened the clamshell to wake from sleep and nothing happened. I tried tapping keys for awhile. Then I tried pushing the power button, nothing. Held it for 10 seconds nothing. I thought it might’ve been lower in battery power than I realized so I connected AC power. Light goes green-orange like it should. I tried the power button again, and it boots up. I get to the login and everything is fine, the battery percentage does not show that is connected and charging. I disconnect and reconnect and no change: power is supposedly running on the battery even though it’s plugged in. And then I notice that eventually the AC power plug glows green like it’s fully charged but it’s not showing that in the battery icon percentage.

Thinking there might be some kind of power management issue, I tried resetting the SMC. I shut down completely, disconnected AC, and pushed the key combination. Nothing! That freaked me out a little, so I tried again. This time it seemed to work. Once booted up, I see that percentage, charging, and or being on battery/AC still don’t seem to be matching.

If I leave it to go to sleep, running on battery, I cannot get it to wake with clamshell opening or tapping keys. I have to either hold power until it chimes or reset SMC again. Coconut battery sometimes seems to be in sync with the battery gauge, sometimes it’s not. Right now I have a green light on the power plug, but 89% charging in the battry icon and it hasn’t changed in an hour.

I tried resetting the NVRAM, but nothing changed. I tried running the Apple Diagnostics but got an error message. I don’t know what to do here. It’s very nerve-wracking to not know if this thing is going to wake up at all. Once it’s up and running it’s fine. I have regular Time Machine backups for my content, but this computer is my livelihood (college professor).

Any ideas?