several ways… Easiest for me is to install some kind of quick launch’ app, which overlays a floating button on your screen that brings up an app launcher. There are dozens of them… Also, you can launch from an android terminal with am start com.android.settings. Some terminals t work on Sailfish because they depend on a file that’s not there, but I’ve found that Qute and 3C Terminal work fine…
Isn’t what you search in the Settings, then to the App-Tab, and then you clock on the Android App you want to change the settings for and tap on open Settings? Or can’t you open the required dialog there?
AD control was coderus’ app, and he seems to have given up. I don’t think it will work on 4+… Opening Android settings from app settings will get you to a specific app’s settings, but you can’t nav back to main settings…
But unfortunately the android settings of this app did not reveal anything useful regarding battery saving or background execution.
But then again I am no Android user, so I really have no clue where to look for those settings, or how to find out what could be causing the stopping of the recording. I don’t think its an issue with some general access/permissions, since the recording works for the first 11 minutes.
SFOS stops android background execution
Android stops android background execution
SFOS cuts background GPS access
Android stops background GPS access
Its been a while since I used it, but I think I remember the app being “reset”, e.g. when reopening it, it didn’t appear to be running still, but rather beeing restarted quickly.
This leads me to believe the background execution of the app itself had been stopped.
I don’t know exactly. But in these settings there is a “Advanced” (?) → “Battery” → “Battery Optimization” point where you can probably change something to play around with. (I don’t know if the translations are correct, mine is in German.)