- Oct 3, 2019
How to turn off MIUI 11 'Turn off MIUI optimization" on Developer Settings?
If you don't know the internals of MIUI and what "MIUI optimization" affects, then keep it zipped.I'm also trying to disable it once and for all, and the reason is really simple.
MIUI optimization is bullshit, it's a matter of fact. Stop being fanboys.
What you "believe" makes no difference. If you don't see a "MIUI optimization" toggle in Developer options, it means that it's enabled (and hidden so that it won't be touched by users who have no clue what they are doing).I'm the opposite, I want to turn it ON. I'm using miui.eu 11.0.5 stable on my Redmi K20 Pro Premium Edition and I believe that MIUI optimization is turned OFF. The reason I think it's off is because the battery drain on MIUI.eu seems to be higher than the stock MIUI China and MIUI India roms. Both have decent battery life in comparison to MIUI.eu. Both have the option to toggle on/off MIUI optimization, whereas in MIUI.eu, this option is missing under Developer Settings.
Another reason why I believe MIUI optimization is OFF on MIUI.eu is due to how the apps are managed in the background. I've purposely set a few apps to not run in background, and yet they still run in background. I've set the battery restriction for the app to be restricted, as well as setting the MIUI App Battery Saver for the app to "Restrict background activity". Despite this, the apps still run in background and I still get notifications from them. This was never a problem in the stock MIUI roms. I'm using the same apps, nothing is changed. I believe when you turn off MIUI optimization, this changes the behavior of how the apps are managed in the background.
In the MIUI 11 Stable changelog made by xiaomi.eu, it says this "Optimized RAM consumption" and I'm not sure if that is related to the MIUI optimization changes.
I've also tried running adb shell and using "getprop persist.sys.miui_optimization" to query whether this setting has been toggled or not, but this doesn't return anything. If miui.eu is based on the China rom, then MIUI optimization SHOULD be under Developer Settings, but it's not. Where has it gone?
i once had to turn miui optimization off to download youtube vanced and now when miui optimization is on ,i face problems when an app has to redirect me to another app.please tell me how i can solve this problem.The real question is, why would you want to do that?...
You are not using EU rom because you can NOT access to MiuI optimization.i once had to turn miui optimization off to download youtube vanced and now when miui optimization is on ,i face problems when an app has to redirect me to another app.please tell me how i can solve this problem.
You are both wrong and correct. Sure, it's each user's call what he wants to do with his device. But then, when those users tinker and break something, even without realizing what exactly they did to break it, they come right back here and complain about "bugs" or "missing features". We don't have time for this.... everyone is free to do whatever they want with their devices. If he wants to risk it, it's his call.
That's the problem - the users don't realize that they did something wrong, and the issues they encounter are vague and hard to point out, making me waste time on looking for the source of it, just to find nothing. Most of them don't even mention that they touched MIUI optimizations.I understand what you mean, but it would be stupid to blame you for screwing up their devices
Do you have any idea why it won't work for me? The command works, and I can verify it via getprop, but the toggle doesn't show up in the developer settings.
should be because executed the command without super user permissions.Do you have any idea why it won't work for me? The command works, and I can verify it via getprop, but the toggle doesn't show up in the developer settings.
I've tried rebooting and I've tried to set it to true and then to false again.
Any ideas? Or alternatively, if someone knows a way to install a xapk file without disabling miui optimization, I'd love to hear about that...