Xiaomi Android 8.x Guide

Essential Settings

These Settings must be properly configured to keep iKeyMonitor working.

  1. Settings > Installed apps > Manage apps - Security > Clear data > Clear all data > Delete all data - OK
    Tap on the button to stop it.

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  2. Settings > Battery & performance > Choose apps > Battery saver > Active apps - Internet Service > Manage active apps - Save power > No restrictions
    Set to “ON”

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  3. Settings > Battery & performance > Choose apps > Battery saver > Active apps - Internet Service > Manage active apps - Put apps to sleep
    Do not click

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  4. Settings > Battery & performance > Power > Battery usage > Gear icon > Turn off mobile when device is locked & Clear cache when device is locked
    Set to “Never”

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  5. Settings > Permissions > Autostart > Internet Service
    Set to “ON”

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  6. Security > Gear-icon button > Boost speed > Settings - Clear cache when device is locked
    Set to “Never”

  7. Security > Gear-icon button > Boost speed > Settings - Lock apps > Internet Service
    Set to “ON”

  8. Security > Gear-icon button > Cleaner > Cleaner settings > Scan app memory
    Set to “OFF”

  9. Access the Wizard on the iKeyMonitor interface > Usage Access and Accessibility > Enable Screen Caturing without Root - Configure
    Tap on the blank area below the popup to display the invisible option and "Start Now"

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Other Settings

No need to change these Settings by default. But they will affect iKeyMonitor functions if changed by user.

  1. Security > Data usage > Data usage stats > Data usage - Internet Service > Details > Mobile data & Wi-Fi & Background data
    Set to “ON”

  2. Settings > Installed apps > Manage apps - Internet Service > App Permissions & Other permissions
    Set to “ON”

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