For background on how these settings could relate to the performance of the Zenit app, Battery Optimization.

Samsung has its own unique take on Android that among many things, attempts at optimizing battery life at the cost of performance, so there may be some settings you can adjust to ensure Zenit isn’t affected by aggressive optimization.

Newest Samsung Devices

Turning off battery optimization for Zenit:

  • Settings > Apps > Zenit > Battery > Optimize Battery Usage > tap on “Apps not optimized” to instead select “All.” 
  • Then, find Zenit, and tap on the slider so that it disables battery optimization for the Zenit app!

Turning off app sleep for Zenit:

  • Open the device’s Settings app > select Device Care > tap Battery > open App Power Management > select Apps that won’t be put to sleep > add Zenit.

Older Samsung Devices

Turning off battery optimization for Zenit:

  • Settings > Applications > select three dot menu (top right corner) > Special Access > Optimize Battery usage > Find Zenit on the list and make sure that it is not selected.
  • Check to see if you have App Battery Optimizer in Samsung Smart Manager app enabled. Please disable this as it is known to disable Zenit’s Accessibility Service. 

Turning off app power monitor for Zenit:

  • Settings > Device maintenance or care > Battery > Scrolling further — all the way to the very bottom — you’ll find and tap on Unmonitored apps > tap the 3-dot menu (top right corner) to add the Zenit app to this whitelist
  • Alternatively, you can just turn off the App power monitor feature completely