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In case you’ve recently bought that glittering new Huawei Mate 8, Mate S or Honor phone running on Huawei’s own Emotion UI, then there is a possibility that you might be missing some notifications that you’ve been seeing on other phones. 

The modern smartphones do wonders with notifications designs, especially Android and iOS phones because of the design of the OS, however because of the power saving features on Huawei’s EMUI Android skin you might not be receiving all the notifications you should be receiving. Some of the notifications may include anything from emails to texts, or even data-based messaging apps like Hangouts and Facebook Messenger and even some of your important mails. So if are now using the specified phone which is Huawei8 try to check whether you are not missing some emails. 

Luckily, we’ve got a simple and fast fix for you if you are having this issues with your Huawei8.

In case you’re missing notifications from a commonly used app then it’s likely because the default power profile is set to only keep a small list of apps running in the background, which is a process that keeps other apps from performing any kind of activity on the phone unless they are run in the foreground. 

So to view this power profiles section navigate to the system settings area, which you can either access through the quick toggles section of the notification shade by just pulling down the status bar at the top side of the screen, or navigating to the settings button on your home screen or app drawer.  

So from there you can scroll down to Advanced Settings and navigate to Battery Manager.  Then go ahead and tap on Protected Apps option in the Battery manager settings. This will organize the apps and the things allowed running in the background or when the screen is off.

Then select the apps you want to allow them to run. So make sure your favorite email and chat apps are included in the list of allowed apps.  The EMUI will let you know which apps are “power-intensive,” however if those apps are your most used apps it won’t do any good to keep them running. And in case you’d rather want all the apps on your phone to run every time, you can easily check the “All slider” at the top-side of the screen. However, this will drain your battery significantly compared to just allowing 3 to 5 apps.  

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