Xiaomi's Devices 1. Go to settings --> manage apps' battery usage --> choose apps. From there, pick University Updates and select "No restrictions." 2. Go to settings --> permissions --> autostart. From there, pick University Updates to receive notifications, and toggle the switch to turn it on. 3. Go to settings --> app notifications --> pick University Updates, then turn the toggle for "Priority" on. 4. Lock University Updates app in the "recent apps"/ "app overview" plane. Do so by first opening the apps, then press the "recent apps/overview button" (that's the square button on stock Android, or the button with three horizontal lines on the Mi Mix). From there, find the University Updates app, pull down on it to "lock it", so it never gets cleared. 5. This last step requires Developer Options privileges. To enable that, go to settings ("go to settings" ...) --> about phone --> tap on MIUI version tab like eight times. You should then get a little message saying "you are now a developer." Then head back out to settings, go to developer option, scroll to nearly the bottom, find "memory optimization," and turn it off. Huawei Devices To Enable Notifications for University Updates. Open 'Settings', Under 'APPS' open 'Manage apps' Scroll down to find 'University Updates' Select the button next to 'Show notifications' to enable notification for University Updates. Press Back to save your settings Allow University Updates to run in the background from Protected apps Open 'Settings' Select 'Protected apps' under 'Privacy & Security' Swipe right to enable University Updates & you are done. Asus Devices Open Settings Select 'Power Management' under Device. Select 'Auto-start Manager' Enable 'Auto launch' by swiping right Select 'Allow' from the Pop-up window. Press Back to save your Settings. One Plus Devices : Settings --> Battery --> Battery optimization --> Select Advanced Optimization (Selection appears after clicking on the 3 dots on right hand corner), disable Advanced Optimization.